Pelean Eruption - Universe Today
[/caption] Pelean eruptions, or Nuee Ardente eruptions occur when a large quantity of gas, dust, ash and lava fragments are blown out of a volcano’s central crater. This material falls back, and then travels down the side of the volcano at tremendous speeds – faster than 150 km/hour. These eruptions are also known as pyroclastic … Continue reading "Pelean Eruption"