Landsat-8 image of Bogoslof volcano collected on June 5, 2017 at 2200 UTC (1400 AKDT). This composite image of true color visible and thermal infrared data shows a sediment plume in the ocean that extends from the vent region in the horseshoe-shaped lagoon. Warm water outflow is highlighted in color extending northward from the lagoon where it mixes with colder ocean water. A hot vent just south of the lagoon can be seen in red, and several small puffs of white steam are visible coming from this region.
Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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