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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-07932

A convecting ash-bearing eruption cloud from Telica volcano punches through a low cloud layer in February 1982.  Continuous white vapor columns with occasional ash were observed beginning in late November 1982, and small gas-and-ash eruptions took place in late December and early January.  Large eruptions on February 12 and 19 sent clouds to 3.7-4.3 and 3.5 km above sea level, respectively.  Eruptive activity ended on March 2. Photo by Bill Rose, 1982 (Michigan Technological University).

A convecting ash-bearing eruption cloud from Telica volcano punches through a low cloud layer in February 1982. Continuous white vapor columns with occasional ash were observed beginning in late November 1982, and small gas-and-ash eruptions took place in late December and early January. Large eruptions on February 12 and 19 sent clouds to 3.7-4.3 and 3.5 km above sea level, respectively. Eruptive activity ended on March 2.

Photo by Bill Rose, 1982 (Michigan Technological University).


Telica