Eruption 874352

Standardized Duration:8m
Time Entered:2016-10-02 09:18:14
Time Uploaded:2019-05-13 21:39:32
Comments:First time I have personally observed a full eruption in awhile. The 2 vents within the crater seem to have enlarged. While eruptions do not seem to be taller, they do seem to be wider. The southwestern vent was more consistently active and reached heights of about 4' at times. The northeastern vent was not as frequently active through the eruption, but it seemed to be more violent when it was active, with some splashes reaching 5' (maybe close to 6') high. Eruptions continue to discharge a large volume of water. The water is still muddy gray and brown. It is still eroding away the soil around its crater.

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