True-color satellite image of Cleveland Volcano collected by the Quickbird-2 sensor on October 15, 2011. The summit of the volcano is mostly snow-covered, and the growing lava dome is seen as the dark feature in the center of the image. Some snow-free ground is observed on the southern upper flanks of the volcano, just south (below) the of the crater. A faint steam and gas plume is observed moving towards the east (right).
Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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