The 2005 eruption of Sierra Negra volcano, Galápagos, Ecuador

@article{Geist2008The2E,
  title={The 2005 eruption of Sierra Negra volcano, Gal{\'a}pagos, Ecuador},
  author={Dennis J. Geist and Karen S. Harpp and Terry R. Naumann and Michael P. Poland and William W. Chadwick and Minard L. Hall and Erika Rader},
  journal={Bulletin of Volcanology},
  year={2008},
  volume={70},
  pages={655-673}
}
Sierra Negra volcano began erupting on 22 October 2005, after a repose of 26 years. A plume of ash and steam more than 13 km high accompanied the initial phase of the eruption and was quickly followed by a ~2-km-long curtain of lava fountains. The eruptive fissure opened inside the north rim of the caldera, on the opposite side of the caldera from an active fault system that experienced an mb 4.6 earthquake and ~84 cm of uplift on 16 April 2005. The main products of the eruption were an `a`a… 
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