Pyroclastic Flow Deposits close to Volcan de Fuego, Guatemala.
The scale of these deposits, formed in 2012, can be seen against the scale of the person standing in the background [dark line, just above the red shrub]. Pyroclastic flows, alongside lahars, are two of the most significant and destructive volcanic hazards associated with Volcan de Fuego.
(Credit: Geology for Global Development, 2014)
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