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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11584

Geologists, seen here on 16 October 2005 at the upper right, walk along a fracture in a 30-m-wide dome formed during the September 2005 eruption of Dabbahu volcano. Curving fractures in the top of the new dome are viewed from the south. The dome, not mantled by tephra, was emplaced at the end of the brief eruption in September. Photo by Anthony Philpotts, 2005 (University of Connecticut).

Geologists, seen here on 16 October 2005 at the upper right, walk along a fracture in a 30-m-wide dome formed during the September 2005 eruption of Dabbahu volcano. Curving fractures in the top of the new dome are viewed from the south. The dome, not mantled by tephra, was emplaced at the end of the brief eruption in September.

Photo by Anthony Philpotts, 2005 (University of Connecticut).

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