Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-11977
A Vulcanian explosion typical of activity at Colima is seen here from the north on 10 March 2007. Intermittent explosive eruptions with occasional lava dome growth and associated pyroclastic flows had been continuing for nearly a decade at this time.
Photo courtesy of Colima Volcano Observatory, 2007.
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Keywords: eruption | ash | ash plume | wind dispersal | Vulcanian | explosive eruption