Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano (Tanzania), activity update: natrocarbonatite lava at the crater floor
Monday Oct 11, 2010 09:13 AM |
Our friend Michael Dalton-Smith flew over Lengai 10 Oct 2010 and snapped a few shots of the crater. There were some recent small lava flows inside the new crater. Also there we signs that new cone has had some more minor collapses on the inside. He could not tell 100%, but there looks like a small lava lake.
Zoom onto the active vent and a possible lava lake inside the crater of Lengai volcano (photo: Michael Dalton-Smith)
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