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Caption:Aerial oblique view of the lava dome at Redoubt that failed on January 2, 1990. Note the steep, nearly vertical front. The dome was estimated by Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 30, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:McGimsey, Game
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption: Aerial oblique view from the northwest of the lava dome at Redoubt that failed on January 2, 1990. Note the steep, nearly vertical front. The dome was estimated by Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 30, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:McGimsey, Game
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption:Redoubt lava dome that grew from about December 19 to January 2, when it collapsed and produced the largest flood of the eruption down the Drift River valley.
Date:December 29, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Richter, Don
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption:Lava dome at Redoubt that failed on January 2, 1990. This view is from the camera site at 8200 ft on west shoulder of the Drift gorge. Tom Miller in lower right. The dome was estimated by Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 29, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Richter, Don
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption:This is a view of the largest lava dome that grew at Redoubt volcano during the 1989-90 eruption. It grew from about December 16 to January 2, 1990 when it failed and produced the largest lahar of the eruption. Dome volume was estimated by Tom Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 26, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Pierson, Tom
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption: This is a view from the northwest of the largest lava dome that grew at Redoubt volcano during the 1989-90 eruption. It grew from about December 16 to January 2, 1990 when it failed and produced the largest lahar of the eruption. Dome volume was estimated by Tom Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 26, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Pierson, Tom
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption: This is a view from the northwest of the largest lava dome that grew at Redoubt volcano during the 1989-90 eruption. It grew from about December 16 to January 2, 1990 when it failed and produced the largest lahar of the eruption. Dome volume was estimated by Tom Miller to be about 30 million cubic meters.
Date:December 26, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Pierson, Tom
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption:Aerial view, looking northeast, of Redoubt Volcano during a continuous, low-level eruption of steam and ash. Photograph by W. White, U.S. Geological Survey, December 18, 1989.
Date:December 18, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:White, W. M.
RedoubtEruption cloud/ plume/ column, Volcano
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Caption:Aerial view, looking north, of Redoubt Volcano during a continuous, low-level eruption of steam and ash. Photograph by W. White, U.S. Geological Survey, December 18, 1989.
Date:December 18, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:White, W. M.
RedoubtEruption cloud/ plume/ column, Volcano
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Caption:Front page of the Anchorage Daily News, December 16, 1989. On December 14, 1989, Redoubt Volcano began an eruption that would last for six months, be the second most costly eruption in US history, and jump-start the newly created Alaska Volcano Observatory. On December 15, Redoubt sent blasts of ash skyward that soon rendezvoused with a Boeing 747 jetliner carrying 244 passengers and crew on approach to Anchorage International Airport. The ash shut down all four engines, sending the plane into a steep gliding descent of more than 10,000 ft. Once clear of the ash, the pilots were able to restart the engines and safely land the plane.
Date:December 16, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Anchorage Daily News
RedoubtTephra
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Caption:Ash cloud from Redoubt Volcano, December 16, 1989. Figure from: Waythomas, C. F., Dorava, J. M., Miller, T. P., Neal, C. A., and McGimsey, R. G., 1998, Preliminary volcano-hazard assessment for Redoubt Volcano, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report OF 98-0857, 40 p.
Date:December 16, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Twitchell, Hollis
RedoubtTephra
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Caption: Pyroclastic flows down the Crescent Glacier, south flank of Redoubt volcano.
Date:December 16, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Hutchinson, Andy
RedoubtDome, Fumarolic activity
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Caption:From December 16-19, 1989, eruptive activity at Redoubt was characterized by continuous, low-level ash emission as shown in this image, taken from the northwest. Pyroclastic debris is visible draping over the west shoulder of the Drift gorge and flowage deposits on the Drift Glacier show as dark areas under the ash plume.
Date:December 16, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Twitchell, Hollis
RedoubtDebris flow/mudflow/landslide/lahar, Eruption cloud/ plume/ column, Tephra
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Caption:Aerial view, looking southeast, at the summit of Redoubt Volcano. Prior to the onset of the 1989 to 1990 eruptions of Redoubt Volcano, melting of the summit crater ice cap caused by heat from rising magma produced a vigorous steam plume. Photograph by H. Twitchell, National Park Service, December 14, 1989.
Date:December 14, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Twitchell, H.
RedoubtVolcano
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Caption:The Gates, Aniakchak caldera
Date:December 9, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Neal, C. A.
AniakchakCaldera/crater
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Caption:Steam rising from the summit lava dome complex at 1,282-m (4,206 ft)-high Augustine Volcano. Note the symmetrical apron of pyroclastic debris that extends from the summit to sea level. View is to the east. Photograph by T. Miller, U.S. Geological Survey, June 6, 1989.
Date:June 6, 1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Miller, T.
AugustineDome, Eruption cloud/ plume/ column, Volcano
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Caption:Mount Drum, the westernmost volcano in the Wrangell volcanic field. Mount Drum is 3,661 m (12,010 ft) high and was active between approximately 700,000 and 240,000 years ago. View is to the southeast. Photograph by D. Richter, U.S. Geological Survey, 1989.
Date:1989 12:00 AM
Photographer:Richter, D.
DrumVolcano
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Caption:Mission: STS027 Roll: 43 Frame: 15 Mission ID on the Film or image: STS27 Country or Geographic Name: USA-ALASKA Features: MOUNT DENISON Center Point Latitude: 58.5 Center Point Longitude: -154.5
Date:December 5, 1988 10:16 PM
Photographer:Image, Analysis
Denison, KatmaiVolcano
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Caption:Mission: STS027 Roll: 43 Frame: 14 Mission ID on the Film or image: STS27 Country or Geographic Name: USA-ALASKA Features: BECHAROF LAKE Center Point Latitude: 58.0 Center Point Longitude: -155.0
Date:December 5, 1988 10:16 PM
Photographer:Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center
Ugashik-PeulikCaldera/crater, Stratovolcano, Volcano
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Caption:Mission: STS027 Roll: 43 Frame: 3 Mission ID on the Film or image: STS27 Country or Geographic Name: USA-ALASKA Features: KANAGA ISLAND Center Point Latitude: 51.5 Center Point Longitude: -176.5
Date:December 5, 1988 10:13 PM
Photographer:Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center
KanagaStratovolcano, Volcano
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Caption:Mission: STS027 Roll: 37 Frame: 50 Mission ID on the Film or image: STS27 Country or Geographic Name: USA-ALASKA Features: STEPOVAK BAY Center Point Latitude: 56.0 Center Point Longitude: -159.5
Date:December 3, 1988 9:54 PM
Photographer:Image Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center
Veniaminof, Kupreanof, Stepovak Bay 1, Stepovak Bay 2, Stepovak Bay 3, Stepovak Bay 4Caldera/crater, Volcano
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Caption:Mount Spurr volcano, 3,374 m (11,070 ft) high, is visible on the skyline 125 km (78 mi) west of Anchorage, Alaska. In 1992, three explosive eruptions from the Crater Peak vent of Mount Spurr blanketed south-central Alaska with several millimeters ( 1/16 - 1/8 inch) of ash and forced the closure of Anchorage International Airport for 20 hours. Photograph by R. McGimsey, U.S. Geological Survey, October 1, 1988.
Date:October 1, 1988 12:00 AM
Photographer:McGimsey, R. G.
SpurrVolcano
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Caption:Little Pavlof (left), Pavlof (center) and Pavlof Sister (right) 1988. As seen from the southeast.
Date:August1988 12:00 AM
Photographer:Power, John
Little Pavlof, Pavlof, Pavlof SisterCaldera/crater, Glacier, Stratovolcano, Volcano
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Caption:Kupreanof
Date:July1988 12:00 AM
Photographer:Miller, Tom
KupreanofDome, Stratovolcano, Volcano
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Caption:Roundtop 1987. View NW. Photographs courtesy of Tom Miller.
Date:August1987 12:00 AM
Photographer:Miller, Tom
RoundtopStratovolcano, Volcano
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