E. VISUAL INFORMATION OTHER THAN IMAGES OF VOLCANOES

VISUAL INFORMATION RELATIVE TO EQUIPMENT USED IN THE THE STUDY OF ACTIVE VOLCANISM

METEOROLOGICAL DATA

Recent Alaskan Satellite Images:This will open the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, homepage. Select: AVHRR Archive. This selection contains two categories of interest to volcano investigators.
  1. Daily Composite - these are multiple images mosaiced together to show the most recent coverage of the full station mask. These images are thermal infrared band 4 data and subsampled by 32.
  2. 1 - 99 - Are individual swaths of data used in the above mosaiced image organized by Julian date in groups of about 100. Select one of these groups and then select the image of interest to view individual swaths of data for the given Julian date. 2 bands of data are available. When this archive is full newer images will over-write the older ones.

VOLCANIC PHENOMENA

Source of image indicated in some instances by abbreviation codes as follows:

  • CVO = Cascade Volcano Observatory Photo Archives
  • VIC = Volcanoclastic Information Center Images

  • Ash, Sakurajima, Japan; VIC
  • Ashfall, Galungung, Indonesia, VIC
  • Eruption plumes from Pinatubo, Philippines and St. Helens, U. S. CVO
  • Pinatubo eruption cloud
  • Broken Ridge Hydrothermal Vent
  • Pyroclastic flow, Mt. Pelée. Photo by LaCroix in 1902 VIC Return to The Electronic Volcano

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