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Updated: Feb 1, 2023 02:29 GMT -

ashfall

Volcanology: volcanic ash fall
Ash plume and ash fall from Etna during the eruption in 2002
Ash plume and ash fall from Etna during the eruption in 2002
Effects of ash fall in a village during the 2002 eruption at Etna
Effects of ash fall in a village during the 2002 eruption at Etna
Ash fall colvering the wind shield of a car
Ash fall colvering the wind shield of a car
Volcanic ash fall is the deposition of ash from the air from eruption plumes emitted during explosive volcanic eruptions.

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