North side of Redoubt volcano, viewed from the NNE. In this image one can see a gas/steam plume rising from fumaroles around the new lava dome in the summit crater. The debris covered piedmont lobe of the Drift Glacier fans out at the base of the mountain. The upper Drift Glacier was eliminated during the eruption sequence, and the lower glacier badly scoured and eroded by lahars. **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.
Image courtesy of the AVO/UAF-GI.
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