Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04325
The summit crater complex of 3340-m-high Turrialba volcano appears in the shadow of this aerial view from the south. Three overlapping craters, each of which contains sub-craters, occur within the 2 x 4 km summit depression. A cloud bank at the upper right covers the breached NE end of the summit crater complex.
Photo by Stan Williams (Arizona State University, courtesy of Mike Carr, Rutgers University).
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