Dan de la cruz global dating

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The active summit crater was a frequent source of thermal alerts from the MODVOLC system which is based on infrared radiation detected in space by the MODIS instruments.

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INSIVUMEH and Washington VAAC reported frequent ash explosions from Fuego's summit crater during April 2013-June 2014 (figure 28).

Ash plumes typically rose 100-800 m above the summit.

Significant ash plumes drifted 10-20 km from the summit in the direction of prevailing winds.

On 8 September INSIVUMEH reported that the 12th eruptive episode at Fuego in 2016 had ended.

Weak explosions produced ash plumes that rose as high as 750 m above the crater and drifted more than 8 km W and SW.

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