Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-08618
This 8 September 1999 aerial photo shows an active lava flow from the Crater C complex directed towards the NNW, with lobes to the NE. The peak below and to the left of the degassing crater is the pre-1968 summit crater. The 1968-2010 eruption produced lava flows that covered much of the NW-to-SW flanks.
Photo by Federico Chavarria Kopper, 1999 (courtesy of Eduardo Malavassi, OVSICORI-UNA).
This image is made available under the Creative Commons BY-NC 4.0 license terms.
Keywords: lava flow | eruption | crater | gas | gas plume | emissions | lava | degassing | lava lobe