Ash covered snow-avalanche deposits on the low-angled, NW flanks of Redoubt volcano. It is unclear to me if these slides took place during or after the April 4th explosive event. The lobate form of the deposits suggests the debris was wet and slow moving. *** AVO research technician Max Kaufman took these images during 3 days of campaign GPS work on and around Redoubt volcano: June 6,8,10 2009.
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