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Seguam reported activity

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Event Name : Pyre Peak 1993/5

Start:May 28, 1993 Observed
Stop:August 19, 1993 Observed

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Eruption Type:Explosive
MaxVEI: 2 BibCard
Duration: 2 and 1/2 months BibCard
ColHeight: 2500 m BibCard

Description: From Miller and others (1998): "Explosive ash eruptions along with a lava flow were reported by Coast Guard observers from July 31, 1993 through August 19, 1993; ash clouds were reported to altitudes of 2,500 m at times during this interval."

However, eruptive activity was reported from Seguam as early as May 28. 1993, and this may be the start of this eruption (Smithsonian Institution, 1993): "A small ash burst, rising through clouds near Pyre Peak, was reported by the U.S. Coast Guard on 28 May. A plume to 3 km altitude was reported on 2 June by the NWS, but it is not known if the plume contained ash."

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