Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07192
Steam rises above El Tronador, a fumarole along the lushly vegetated slopes of the Berlín geothermal area. The steam has temperatures of 105-107°C and begins condensing within 5 m of the vent. The intensity of geothermal activity at Tecapa has been stable during historical time.
Photo courtesy of Comisión Ejecutiva Hidroeléctricia del Río Lempa (CEL).
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