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Redoubt Volcano, Alaska - 2009 Eruption Pictures

USGS images and details of the March, 2009 eruption

Redoubt Volcano ash plume satellite image
Redoubt volcano viewed from the south over the ash-covered Crescent River Valley. Date: March 26, 2009 17:18:41 AKDT. Photo by Game McGimsey, Alaska Volcano Observatory / U.S. Geological Survey.

Redoubt Volcano ash plume satellite image
Photograph of Redoubt's ash cloud, taken on the morning of Thursday, March 26, 2009, by Robert Cole, Peninsula Airways pilot.

Redoubt Volcano ash plume satellite image
Ash cloud seen in MODIS 250m true color image from 20:41 UTC time. Date: March 26, 2009 21:41:00 UTC. Image by Jonathan Dehn, Geographic Information Network of Alaska (GINA).

Redoubt Volcano satellite image
Ash cloud seen in the geostationary MTSAT data, courtesy of the National Weather Service. We are at the extreme edge of the view for the satellite which is over the equator in Asia. Date: March 26, 2009 17:30:00 UTC. Image by Jonathan Dehn, image courtesy of the National Weather Service.

Redoubt Volcano Drift River Valley deposits
Photograph of ash cloud from Redoubt, approaching Homer, AK, looking south-southwest. Date: March 26, 2009 13:04:00 AKDT. Photo by Dennis Anderson, .

Redoubt Volcano erosion of piedmont glacier
Photograph of Redoubt eruption plume, taken from Diamond Ridge near Homer, AK. The small "RS" is the approximate location of the summit. Date: March 26, 2009 09:51:00. Photo by Dennis Anderson, .

Redoubt volcano lahar deposits
Photograph of ash fall at Homestead Lodge, about 35 miles south of Redoubt, on the western side of Cook Inlet. View is of the backyard, covered in ash. Date: March 26, 2009. Photy by James Isaak.

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