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Colima Volcano, Mexico
A steam plume blows from the summit of Mexico's Colima volcano in this 1992 view from the WSW with snow-capped Nevado de Colima to the left.
Colima, also known as Fuego de Colima, is one of North America's most active volcanoes
Frequent eruptions have been recorded since the 16th century.
A complex succession of eruptions that has been dominated during the past century by lava effusion associated with lava dome growth has also produced explosive eruptions of varying magnitude and frequent pyroclastic flows.
PHOTO SOURCE: Jim Luhr 1992, courtesy of the Global Volcanism Program, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, used with permission.
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