Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-03951
Volcán de Agua towers above the Pacific coastal plain to its south. The foreground surface is part of the massive Escuintla debris avalanche deposit most likely produced by collapse of the Acatenango-Fuego massif out of view to the left.
Photo by Jim Vallance, 1989 (Michigan Technological University).
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