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Chaitén: satellite imagery at MiGeo 14 May 2008

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There is a superb collection of Chaitén satellite imagery at the MiGeo geology blog, which provides excellent coverage of all aspects of geology with a particular emphasis on natural hazards. The blog comes out of Peru, and is in Spanish.

The article gives access to more than thirty satellite images, which come from a wide range of sources (and are fully referenced and linked back to those original sources) and cover the whole period of the eruption from 2 May 2008 onwards.

The article is an invaluable resource for understanding the Chaitén eruption: Erupción del Volcán Chaitén, Chile.

For all our Chaitén coverage: Chaitén << The Volcanism Blog

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1. Miguel Vera - 15 May 2008

Thanks a lot for the reference and comments, I’ll try to keep updating the post. So far I’ve added links to some amazing Google Earth 3D ash displays, you should definitely check them out along with the source (http://puff.images.alaska.edu/).

You have a great blog, congrats for the effort and keep it up.

Cheers.


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