Small explosion at Cleveland volcano on July 20, 2007. This photo, taken from the USFWS research vessel Norseman, shows a small ash cloud rising a few thousand feet above the summit and drifting downwind. This type of intermittent explosive activity is likely characteristic of the current level of unrest at Cleveland. Such small ash clouds can easily go undetected on satellite imagery.
Image taken from FWV Tiglax, from NE of Cleveland looking SW. Tana is to the left in the image, Kagamil and Carlisle off the image to the right.
Dissipating plume from a small eruptive burst, likely Strombolian, from the summit of Cleveland volcano.
|Date: ||July 20, 2007 12:00 AM|
|Photographer/Creator: ||Dasher, Doug; Hoberg, Max|
Photo courtesy of Doug Dasher, ADEC and Max Hoberg, School of Fisheries, UAF
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