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Geologist Michelle Coombs (USGS/AVO) mapping young explosive deposits from Korovin volcano. Station 19AAJRS025. East of Konia; surface litter of inflated bombs and lapilli with average clast size about 2-6cm. Clasts similar to those at station 19AAJRS010. Dense glassy lithics up to 20cm; vesicular weathered scoria with abundant plagioclase and tan-colored banded pumice. Occasional bombs to 50cm or more.

Date: July 29, 2019 6:40 PM
Volcano(es):Atka volcanic complex, Korovin
Photographer/Creator: Schaefer, Janet

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