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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05337

A large steam column rises from a fumarole at about 1,600 m elevation on the N flank of Chiginagak volcano on the Alaska Peninsula in May 1994. Strong steam emission is a common occurrence at this volcano and can be mistaken for eruptive activity. Photo by Chris Nye, 1994 (Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys).

A large steam column rises from a fumarole at about 1,600 m elevation on the N flank of Chiginagak volcano on the Alaska Peninsula in May 1994. Strong steam emission is a common occurrence at this volcano and can be mistaken for eruptive activity.

Photo by Chris Nye, 1994 (Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys).

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Keywords: geothermal features | geothermal | plume | steam


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