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Pyroclastic flows descend the north flank of Pavlof, presumably from gravitational collaspe of the spatter-fed lava flow or debris around the summit vent, causing intermixing of hot debris and glacier ice and generation of lahars. These flowage events are recorded on the seismic network.

Date: June 2, 2014 3:30 PM
Photographer/Creator: Kremer, Rachel

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