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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04112

Most recent eruptions of Telica have occurred from the lower NE summit crater.  Fumarolic plumes rise from its floor and just below its rim.  The double summit crater is about 300 x 700 m wide.  Erosional gullies extend into the NE crater from the shallower SW crater.  It lies below the summit, which is out of view below the bottom of the photo. Photo by Robert Citron, 1968 (Smithsonian Institution).

Most recent eruptions of Telica have occurred from the lower NE summit crater. Fumarolic plumes rise from its floor and just below its rim. The double summit crater is about 300 x 700 m wide. Erosional gullies extend into the NE crater from the shallower SW crater. It lies below the summit, which is out of view below the bottom of the photo.

Photo by Robert Citron, 1968 (Smithsonian Institution).


Telica