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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04542

An ash plume rises from vents near the summit of Pavlof on 10 June 1987 in this view from the NNE. Intermittent explosive eruptions took place from vents at the summit and flanks from April 1986 until August 1988, and lava flows descended the flanks in several direction. One lava flow reached to within 600 m of Pavlof Bay and another descended to the saddle between Pavlof and Pavlof Sister. Photo by Harold Wilson, 1987 (Peninsula Airways).

An ash plume rises from vents near the summit of Pavlof on 10 June 1987 in this view from the NNE. Intermittent explosive eruptions took place from vents at the summit and flanks from April 1986 until August 1988, and lava flows descended the flanks in several direction. One lava flow reached to within 600 m of Pavlof Bay and another descended to the saddle between Pavlof and Pavlof Sister.

Photo by Harold Wilson, 1987 (Peninsula Airways).

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