Volcanoes in Eruption - Set 1

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Metadata Date September 27, 2018
Metadata Created Date October 13, 2020
Metadata Updated Date October 13, 2020
Reference Date(s) 1994 (publication)
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Harvested from NGDC MGG Hazard Photos

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This strato volcano with a near perfect cone is located in central North Island on the southwest flank of the Tangariro massif. It has been New Zealand's most active volcano in historic times, with more than 60 eruptive episodes since its first recorded eruption in 1839. This photo shows the pyroclastic flow (nuee ardente) and eruption cloud during the January 1974 eruption. Another eruption occurred in 1977.

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Metadata Date September 27, 2018
Metadata Created Date October 13, 2020
Metadata Updated Date October 13, 2020
Reference Date(s) 1994 (publication)
Responsible Party NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (Point of Contact)
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Bbox East Long 175.6
Bbox North Lat 63.3
Bbox South Lat -39.16
Bbox West Long -155.29
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Graphic Preview Description This strato volcano with a near perfect cone is located in central North Island on the southwest flank of the Tangariro massif. It has been New Zealand's most active volcano in historic times, with more than 60 eruptive episodes since its first recorded eruption in 1839. This photo shows the pyroclastic flow (nuee ardente) and eruption cloud during the January 1974 eruption. Another eruption occurred in 1977.
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Harvest Source Title NGDC MGG Hazard Photos
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Metadata Type geospatial
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Spatial Harvester True
Temporal Extent Begin 1915-03-22
Temporal Extent End 1980-05-18

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