Seasonal changes progress around an erupting volcano.
The mountainous landscape around the volcano is covered in a patchwork of snow, ash, and volcanic debris.
Widespread deposits of volcanic debris from frequent pyroclastic flows drape the slopes of Kizimen Volcano.
Kizimen Volcano remained restless in March 2013, producing incandescent lava and gas and steam emissions.
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Fresh volcanic ash and debris indicate the vigorous activity of Russia’s Kizimen Volcano.
Clouds obscured Kizimen Volcano’s plume in this true-color satellite image, but in false-color the plume shows up clearly.
The ongoing eruption of Russia’s Kizimen Volcano is reshaping the mountain.
Satellite image of the viscous lava flow creeping down the slopes of Russia’s Kizimen Volcano.
A gas and ash plume rises above the snow-covered landscape surrounding Kizimen Volcano.
The year-long eruption continues, with a gas and steam plume, an active fumarole, and a growing lava flow.
Kizimen volcano showed new signs of life in its ongoing eruption since 2009.
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Volcanic debris covers the slopes of Kizimen, a growing stratovolcano.
A prominent lava flow descends the eastern flank of Kizimen Volcano on September 5, 2011.
Kamchatka’s Kizimen Volcano was emitting gas and steam from its summit in the afternoon of April 16, 2011. When the MODIS instrument on NASA’s Aqua satellite acquired this image, a plume was blowing to the northwest from the summit.
Satellite image of a vigorous volcanic plume from Kizimen Volcano.
Kamchatka’s Kizimen Volcano continues to erupt, spreading ash 110 kilometers to the east.
An ash and steam plume from Kizimen Volcano streams over the icy waters of Kamchatskiy Zaliv.
Kizimen Volcano, which erupted for the first time in 81 years in December 2010, continues to emit a steady stream of gas and ash.
Acquired January 6, 2010, this natural-color image shows a plume blowing away from the summit of Kizimen Volcano toward the west-southwest.
Acquired December 31, 2010, this natural-color image shows a volcanic plume from Kizimen blowing over the Kamchatka Peninsula.
Acquired December 30, 2010, this natural-color image shows a volcanic plume from Kizimen crossing the Kamchatka Peninsula.