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IMAGE 102581
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Aerial view down into the summit crater of Mt. Spurr volcano. The once snow-and-ice-filled crater melted out during heat flux to the summit in 2004-05. The crater is slowly re-filling with snow and ice but has a persistent fumarole field on the northern crater floor that has slowed the accumulation of snow. Image taken during the annual Cook Inlet volcanoes gas-measuring flight.

Date: September 29, 2016 11:02 AM
Photographer/Creator: McGimsey, Game

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