Thermal IR view of Mount St Helens, USA

Thermal IR view of Mount St Helens, USA

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This image is part of the feature Under The Volcano

Credit: VINCENT REALMUTO, JPL-CALTECH / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: False-colour thermal infrared image of Mount St.Helens, USA. This image was made by an aircraft-mounted Thermal Infrared Multispectral Scanner (TIMS). Pink and red areas denote the extent of volcanic ash deposition following the famous 1980 eruption. Yellow areas are regions where sparse vegetation has established through the ash. The small white spots at the centre of the crater are the sites of fumaroles, still venting hot gas from the volcano. The dark blue patch shows the presence of cloud.

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Keywords: aerial, aerial imagery, geology, infrared imagery, mount st helens, mount st. helens, thermal ir, tims imagery, volcano

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