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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04162

Las Pilas volcano (center), with a steam plume pouring from a vigorous fumarole on the SE side of the summit, is viewed here from the south rim of Laguna de Asososca, a 1.3 x 2 km wide maar on the southern end of Las Pilas volcanic complex.  The surface of Laguna de Asososca is less than 100 m above sea level.  At the left is the eastern flank of Cerro Asososca stratovolcano.   Photo by Jaime Incer, 1982.

Las Pilas volcano (center), with a steam plume pouring from a vigorous fumarole on the SE side of the summit, is viewed here from the south rim of Laguna de Asososca, a 1.3 x 2 km wide maar on the southern end of Las Pilas volcanic complex. The surface of Laguna de Asososca is less than 100 m above sea level. At the left is the eastern flank of Cerro Asososca stratovolcano.

Photo by Jaime Incer, 1982.

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Las Pilas