Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08364
This view is of the NW flank of Volcán Barú. The morphology of the edifice has funneled most eruption products (including pyroclastic flows, debris avalanches, and lahars) to the west and south, while the northern side of the volcano has been affected mostly by ashfall.
Photo by Kathleen Johnson, 1995 (University of New Orleans).
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