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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05353

Ash and incandescent lava fragments rise above a fissure on a scoria cone at the summit of Veniaminof on 13 July 1983. The eruptions began on 2 June and covered the cone and much of the caldera floor with ash. Note the ash-covered glacial crevasses on the flanks of the cone to the lower right. The rim of the 8 x 11 km caldera appears in the distance to the NE. Photo by Betsy Yount, 1983 (Alaska Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geological Survey).

Ash and incandescent lava fragments rise above a fissure on a scoria cone at the summit of Veniaminof on 13 July 1983. The eruptions began on 2 June and covered the cone and much of the caldera floor with ash. Note the ash-covered glacial crevasses on the flanks of the cone to the lower right. The rim of the 8 x 11 km caldera appears in the distance to the NE.

Photo by Betsy Yount, 1983 (Alaska Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geological Survey).

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Keywords: scoria cone | ash | plume | emissions | lava | eruption | ashfall | fallout | tephra | Strombolian


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