Scientists monitor activity at Veniaminof Volcano
Aerial view of the eruption at Veniaminof's intracaldera cone, August 18, 2013. This cone rises about 1000 feet above the surrounding icefield.
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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”
Since: Mar 07
#1 Sep 4, 2013
The interesting bit is the size of the cinder cone formed from the new eruption which is sitting in the crater of the previous. That cone is not even big enough to fill the previous crater.
Appears that the lava flow(s) are rather fluid, I could see 2 lava pond sinks in the intracaldera ice.
Looks like a mini version of the last eruption.
Will keep watching that space.
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