Photo of the exposed portion fo the southern flank and summit region of Mt. Carlisle as observed from the volcaniclastic debris flow fan deposit created from the 2001 Mt. Cleveland eruption. The photo was enhanced for better contrast to decrease the amount of haze. What appears to be steam from the summit is actually fractus clouds behind the volcano.
Image courtesy of Steve J. Smith.
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