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Event Name : Cleveland 2016/10

Start:October 24, 2016 Observed
Stop:October 24, 2016 Observed

Eruption Type:Explosive
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Description: From Cameron and others (2020): "The final explosion of 2016 occurred at 21:10 UTC October 25 (13:10 AKDT). This explosion was detected by the local infrasound array and seismometers and was audible as far as Nikolski, Alaska, 74 km (44 mi) northeast of the volcano. AVO raised the Aviation Color Code and Volcano Alert Level to ORANGE and WATCH, respectively. Similar to previous explosions, most of the existing dome was removed, leaving a deep crater in its place. On November 4, the Aviation Color Code and Volcano Alert Level was lowered to YELLOW and ADVISORY, respectively, where it remained for the rest of the year despite intermittent observations of minor steaming and weakly elevated surface temperatures in the final two months of the year."

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