Ascending eruption cloud from Redoubt Volcano as viewed
to the west from the Kenai Peninsula. The mushroom-shaped
plume rose from avalanches of hot debris (pyroclastic
flows) that cascaded down the north flank of the volcano. A
smaller, white steam plume rises from the summit crater.
Photograph by R. Clucas, April 21, 1990.
Image courtesy of the photographer and the U.S. Geological Survey.
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