Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-04968
The south moat of English's Crater is seen here from the east on September 2, 1995. A blanket of ash covers Castle Peak lava dome (right) and the walls of English's Crater. Steam rises from a vent on the SW side of the lava dome that formed on July 28. A new lava dome began growing in November 1995. It eventually grew above the crater rim and filled in most of the moat of English's crater. Pyroclastic flows initially swept into the sea through the breached eastern end of English's Crater, but later overtopped its rim and flowed down the outer flanks.
Photo by Cynthia Gardner, 1995 (U.S. Geological Survey).
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