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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-10198

Etna during the climax of the 2001 eruption, which took place on 21-23 July. The upper ash column rises from a vent on the far side of Montagnola. The lower, smaller series of plumes rise from vents and associated lava flow at 2,100 m elevation. The 2001 eruption began on 17 July and lasted until 9 August.  Photo by Jean-Claude Tanguy, 2001 (University of Paris).

Etna during the climax of the 2001 eruption, which took place on 21-23 July. The upper ash column rises from a vent on the far side of Montagnola. The lower, smaller series of plumes rise from vents and associated lava flow at 2,100 m elevation. The 2001 eruption began on 17 July and lasted until 9 August.

Photo by Jean-Claude Tanguy, 2001 (University of Paris).

Keywords: stratovolcano | ash plume | gas plume | volcanic gas | vent | lava flow


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