Aerial photograph of Cleveland Volcano on August 8, 2008 during the time a small lava flow or dome was accumulating in the summit crater. In this image, taken by Kym Yano,
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the 200 m (~660 ft) wide summit crater emits a white, largely steam condensate cloud. The steep upper flanks of the volcano
are covered with barren, fragmental material from past explosions at Cleveland.
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