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Colima volcano (Mexico), activity update: slowly growing lava dome emitting lava flow

Thursday Mar 11, 2010 06:13 AM |

The lava dome in the summit crater of Colima volcano continues to grow slowly and emit a small lava flow on the upper western flank.
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