Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07826
The Santa María western flank of is seen here at sunset. The light-colored area to the upper right is the upper headwall of the 1902 explosion crater across the SW flank. Pumice deposits from the 1902 eruption are visible across the flanks, exceeding 15 m in thickness.
Photo by Bill Rose, 1970 (Michigan Technological University).
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