View of the east flank of Korovin volcano, July 7, 2004. Gray-ash deposit clearly is visible atop the snow, although its significance is unclear. The deposit may be the result of phreatic explosions or vigorous wind remobilization of ash from within the summit crater. Photograph by T. Fournier (used with permission), UAFGI.
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