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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11010

An ash plume rising above the summit crater of Suwanosejima is photographed from a helicopter on 12 May 2001. Eruptions on the evening of 12 May and the morning of the 13th deposited up to 3 cm of ash in Toshima village, about 4 km NNW of the crater. After a quiet period of about 10 months eruptive activity had resumed on 19 December 2000 and continued intermittently until July 2004. Photo courtesy of Japan Meteorological Agency, 2001.

An ash plume rising above the summit crater of Suwanosejima is photographed from a helicopter on 12 May 2001. Eruptions on the evening of 12 May and the morning of the 13th deposited up to 3 cm of ash in Toshima village, about 4 km NNW of the crater. After a quiet period of about 10 months eruptive activity had resumed on 19 December 2000 and continued intermittently until July 2004.

Photo courtesy of Japan Meteorological Agency, 2001.

Keywords: eruption | ash plume | ash | plume | crater | explosive eruption


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