Lahar deposits

Lahar deposits

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Caption: Lahar deposits leading down the slope away from the Tunguragua volcano, Ecuador. The roof of a destroyed house can just be seen at upper right. Lahars are a type of mud and debris flow composed of volcanic material that flows down from a volcano, often along a river valley.

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Keywords: ash, building, damage, damaged, debris, destroyed, ecuadorean, ecuadorian, geographical, geography, geological, geology, hill, hills, house, lahar, landscape, material, mud flow, mudflow, pyroclastic, south america, south american, tropical, tunguragua volcano, valley, volcanic, volcano, volcanology, vulcanology

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