▶ Extreme Pyroclastic Flows At Sinabung Volcano, Indonesia Jan 2014 - Mount Sinabung is a Pleistocene-to-Holocene stratovolcano of andesite and dacite in the Karo plateau of Karo Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia, 25 miles from Lake Toba supervolcano.
A pickup truck flees from the pyroclastic flows spewing from the MtPinatubo volcano in the Philippines on June 17 1991 This was the second largest volcanic eruption of the century -
Friday, Aug. 04, 2017: The deadliest and most destructive phenomena associated with volcanoes are pyroclastic flows, fluidlike avalanches of hot gases, ash, and rock fragments that race down volcanic slopes, destroying eve…
Santiaguito volcano (Guatemala): partial dome collapse generates strong explosion and pyroclastic flows
A screengrab from a cellphone video taken as Japanese hikers fled from pyroclastic flow, a torrent of superheated ash after the Mount Ontake volcano erupted.
Ignimbrite is a fiery rock. It is a pyroclastic rock formed by very hot ground-hugging cloud of volcanic ash, blocks, and gases known as pyroclastic flow or pyroclastic density current. Ignimbrite is synonymous with flood tuff, welded tuff, ash-flow tuff and pyroclastic flow deposit
Some grim news out of Indonesia today. An eruption from Rokatenda (also known as Paluweh) killed at least 5 people during what appears to be a pyroclastic flow that swept (video) from the active crater to the beaches below. Rokatenda is .