Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-12790
This 2011 photo taken at the summit of San Miguel shows a lava flow around 10 m thick overlying darker oxidized scoria and agglutinate deposits. Eruptions have also taken place across the flanks, producing lava flows and ashfall that caused extensive crop damage.
Photo by Lis Gallant, 2011.
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