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Landscapes of Japan, 07, Andesitic lava flow, from the 1719 eruption of Mt. Iwate.

Abstract

Andesitic lava flow, from the 1719 eruption of Mt. Iwate. -- This nearly two and one-half mile long lava flow was extruded through the east flank of Mt. Iwate. The surface is typical blocky, or aa, type of lava. Note that some vegetation has begun to grow on the lava surface. -- Other volcanic landforms near Mt. Iwate include bubbling hot springs, fumaroles and small geysers, especially in the Hachimantai Plateau to the north.

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Publisher
Earlham College
PID
coccc:22847
Extent
1500 w x 993 h, 150ppi