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The 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak vent, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska

Bulletin 2139

Edited by:
Terry E.C. Keith

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  1. The 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak Vent, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska: Chronology and Summary By John C. Eichelberger, Terry E.G. Keith, Thomas P. Miller, and Christopher J. Nye
  2. Real-time C-band Radar Observations of 1992 Eruption Clouds from Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By William I. Rose, Alexander B. Kostinski, and Lee Kelley
  3. Tracking of 1992 Eruption Clouds from Crater Peak Vent of Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska, Using AVHRR By David J. Schneider, William I. Rose, and Lee Kelley
  4. Explosive Emissions of Sulfur Dioxide from the 1992 Crater Peak Eruptions, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Gregg J.S. Bluth, Courtney J. Scott, lan E. Sprod, Charles C. Schnetzler, Arlin J. Krueger, and Louis S. Walter
  5. Sulfur Dioxide Scrubbing During the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Michael P. Doukas and Terrence M. Gerlach
  6. Chemistry of Crater Lake Waters Prior to the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Terry E.G. Keith, J. Michael Thompson, and Robert G. McGimsey
  7. Tephra-fall Deposits from the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska: A Preliminary Report on Distribution, Stratigraphy, and Composition By Christina A. Neal, Robert G. McGimsey, Cynthia A. Gardner, Michelle L. Harbin, and Christopher J. Nye
  8. Pyroclastic Flows of the 1992 Crater Peak Eruptions: Distribution and Origin By Thomas P. Miller, Christina A. Neal, and Richard B. Waitt
  9. Ballistic Showers During Crater Peak Eruptions of Mount Spurr Volcano, Summer 1992 By Richard B. Waitt, Larry G. Mastin, and Thomas P. Miller
  10. Hybrid Wet Flows Formed by Hot Pyroclasts Interacting with Snow During the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska 7By Richard B. Waitt
  11. Whole-rock Major- and Trace-element Chemistry of 1992 Ejecta from Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Christoper J. Nye, Michelle L. Harbin, Thomas P. Miller, Samuel E. Swanson, and Christina A. Neal
  12. Use of Volcanic Glass from Ash as a Monitoring Tool: An Example from the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Samuel E. Swanson, Michelle L. Harbin, and James R. Riehle
  13. Preliminary Petrology and Chemistry of Proximal Eruptive Products: 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Michelle L. Harbin, Samuel E. Swanson, Christoper J. Nye, and Thomas P. Miller
  14. Seismicity and Forecasting of the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak Vent, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska: An Overview By John A. Power, Arthur D. Jolly, Robert A. Page, and Stephen R. McNutt
  15. Preliminary Analyses of Volcanic Tremor Associated with 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Stephen R. McNutt, Guy C. Tytgat, and John A. Power
  16. Lightning Associated with the August 18, 1992, Eruption of Crater Peak Vent, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By John F. Paskievitch, Thomas L. Murray, Richard P. Hoblitt, and Christina A. Neal
  17. Lahars from the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By David F. Meyer and Dennis C. Trabant
  18. June 29, 1993, Outburst Flood from Kidazgeni Glacier, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska By Christopher J. Nye, William R. Hammond, Guy C. Tytgat, and Joseph M. Dorava
  19. Effects of the 1992 Crater Peak Eruptions on Airports and Aviation Operations in the United States and Canada By Thomas J. Casadevall and M. Dennis

Additional publication details

Publication type:
Report
Publication Subtype:
USGS Numbered Series
Title:
The 1992 eruptions of Crater Peak vent, Mount Spurr Volcano, Alaska
Series title:
Bulletin
Series number:
2139
Year Published:
1995
Language:
English
Publisher:
U.S. Geological Survey
Description:
220 p.
Country:
United States
State:
Alaska
Other Geospatial:
Mount Spurr