VolcanoWatch Weekly [10 Feb 2011]  

Kizimen Volcano blows out a plume of ash, smoke and steam over the Gulf of Kamchatka on February 1, 2011. Kizimen recent eruptions are said to be both explosive and effusive. This natural-color image was taken by the MODIS aboard the Aqua satellite. Source: NASA-EO. . Kizimen Volcano on Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula (elev.: 2,376m or 7,795 ft), ejected a plume of ash, steam and volcanic gasses on January 6, 2011, when ALI on NASA’s EO-1 satellite captured this natural-color image. Kizimen had released continuous ash emissions since December 31, 2010, KVERT reported. Kizimen erupted explosively 83 years ago. Source: NASA-EO.
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