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This page contains the list of images of Kamchatka's volcanoes and the results of volcanic activity,
made by the participants of the Moscow city school #57 youth ecological expeditions (2002, 2006 и 2007).

Except in this section there are other images of Kamchatka's nature, sorted over the following subjects:
mountains, water bodies (streams, rivers, lakes, ocean), vegetation, wildlife.

Clicking on the preview in the list below you will be transferred to the page with full sized image
(usually 1024 x 768 pixels and approximately 150 kilobytes)(open in a new window).

Asia, Russia

VOLCANOES OF KAMCHATKA
(Russian Far East)

Avachinsky volcano (height 2741 meters): old cone
(somma, or "collar") and new cone (in the distance)
Avachinsky volcano (height 2741 meters).
View to the new cone from the "collar" (somma, or old cone)
Avachinsky volcano (height 2741 meters).
View to the new cone from the "collar" (somma, or old cone)
Avachinsky volcano slope. View to the side local cone in the volcano atrio
(depression between the "collar", or somma, or old cone, and new cone
Scoria sediments (pyroclastic material) on the Avachinsky volcano slope
Basalt-andesit extrusion - rock "Alpinist" on the Avachinsky volcano slope
External crater slope of the Avachinsky volcano (altitude - 2650 meters above sea level)
Side fumarole on the external crater slope of the Avachinsky volcano
(altitude - 2650 meters above sea level)
Side fumarole on the external crater slope of the Avachinsky volcano
(altitude - 2650 meters above sea level)
Avachinsky volcano crater edge (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level)
Fumarole vent (opening) on the volcano crater edge (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level)
Internal edge of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
View to the neighboring Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters)
External crater edge of the Avachinsky volcano (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Volcanic lava stopper (plug) in the distance (black)
External crater slope of the Avachinsky volcano (altitude - 2650 meters above sea level),
covered by scoria sediments (pyroclastic material)
Pozzolana, scoria and lava (pyroclastic material) on the external crater slope.
Avachinsky volcano (altitude - 2650 meters above sea level)
Avachinsky volcano upper crater edge (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Volcano sulfur sediments (yellow), pozzolana (red) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Avachinsky volcano upper crater edge (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Volcano sulfur sediments (yellow), pozzolana (red) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Internal slope of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Fumarole chink with volcano sulfur sediments (yellow) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Internal slope of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Fumarole chink with volcano sulfur sediments (yellow) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Internal slope of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Fumarole chink with volcano sulfur sediments (yellow) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Internal slope of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Fumarole chink with volcano sulfur sediments (yellow) and lava stopper (plug)(black)
Internal, most deep part of the Avachinsky volcano crater.
Fumarole chink with volcano sulfur sediments (yellow) and lava stopper (black, on the right)
Lava stopper (plug) in the Avachinsky volcano crater.
Small fumarole and volcano sulfur sediments on the lava
Lava stopper (plug) in the Avachinsky volcano crater.
Small fumarole and volcano sulfur sediments in the lava block basis
Lava stopper (plug) in the Avachinsky volcano crater.
Fumarole and volcano sulfur sediments in the lava block
Internal slope of the Avachinsky volcano crater (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level).
Fumarole chinks and lava stopper (plug)(right)
Avachinsky volcano upper crater edge (altitude - 2740 meters above sea level),
covered by volcano sulfur sediments (yellow)
Piece (rock) of a volcano sulfur. Hunter's match as a scale (7 cm)
Crystalline sulfur on the fumarole vent edge
Crystalline volcano sulfur on the fumarole vent edge
Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters).
View from the neighboring Avachinsky volcano (height 2741 meters)
Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters).
View from the neighboring Avachinsky volcano somma (old cone)
Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters) and its barrancos slope.
View from the neighboring Avachinsky volcano somma (old cone)
Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters).
View from the neighboring Avachinsky volcano basement
Koriaksky volcano (height - 3456 meters) and its barrancos slope.
View from the neighboring Avachinsky volcano somma (old cone)
Scoria sediments (pyroclastic material) fields on the Tolbachik volcano basement
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano (height 3085 meters above sea level)
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts. One of the volcano burst (break) cones,
covered by red scoria sediments (pyroclastic material)
Scoria sediments (pyroclastic material) fields around one of the Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano.
Dead larch forest, burnt after Great Tolbachik Fissure Eruption (GTFE) in 1975-1976
Scoria sediments (pyroclastic material) fields around one of the Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano.
The result of the Great Tolbachik Fissure Eruption (GTFE) in 1975-1976
Scoria sediments (pyroclastic material) fields around one of the Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano.
The result of the Great Tolbachik Fissure Eruption (GTFE) in 1975-1976.
Two new volcano burst (break) cones in the distance
Lava conglomeration after the Great Tolbachik Fissure Eruption (GTFE) in 1975-1976.
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Hardened lave stream. Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Volcanic bomb. Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Volcanic bomb. Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Cracked volcanic bomb, covered by the patina
Cracked volcanic bomb, covered by the patina
Volcano lava cave (cavern). Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Volcano lava cave (cavern). Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Hardened volcano lava bead inside the lava cave (cavern).
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Hardened volcano lava inside the lava cave (cavern).
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Hardened volcano lava inside the lava cave (cavern).
Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano outskirts
Caddis fly (imago) on the hardened volcano lava
Crater aperture filled with scoria sediments (pyroclastic material).
One of the Plosky ("Flat") Tolbachik volcano burst (break) cones
Warm geyser lake in the Nalychevskaya Valley
Warm geyser lake in the Nalychevskaya Valley.
Youth ecological expedition swimming in the bath
Geysernaya River in the Geyser Valley (the Valley of the Geysers) in 2002
Geysernaya River in the Geyser Valley (the Valley of the Geysers) in 2002
Karymsky Volcano (elevation 1536 m = 5040 feet). View from the helicopter
Sulphuric acid crater lake in the Maly Semiachik (Semyachik) volcano (Troitsky crater).
View from the helicopter
Sulphuric acid crater lake in the Maly Semiachik (Semyachik) volcano (Troitsky crater).
View from the helicopter
Viluchinsky Volcano (height 2175 meters above sea level).
View from the Sarannaya Bay (Pacific Ocean)


Except this region there are images of other regions natural landscapes:
Russia (from West to East): West Baltic (Kurshskaya Kosa), Leningrad Region, Moscow Region (Central Russia), Middle Volga (Taiga zone), Middle Volga (Steppe zone), Astrakhan Reserve (Volga delta), Northern Caucasus Mountains (Elbruz), Pre-Polar Urals (Yugyd-Va National Park), Middle Urals (Chusovaya river), Ob-river valley (Center of Western Siberia), Taz peninsula (North of Western Siberia), Altai Region (Steppe and Altai foothills), Altai Mountains (Altai-Sayan Mountain Ecoregion), Sayan Mountains (South of Western Siberia), Lake Baikal (South of Central Siberia), Sihote-Alin Mountains (South of the Far East), Kuril Islands, Kamchatka Peninsula ( volcanoes, mountains, water bodies, vegetation, wildlife);
Former USSR States: Carphatians (Western Ukraine), Western Caucasus (Abkhazia), Georgia (Central Caucasus Mountains), Northern Tien-Shan: Issyk-Kul Lake and Zailiysky Alatau, Western Tien-Shan Mountains (Kirgizstan), Tadjikstan (Pamir Mountains);
Europe: Norway, Finland, UK: England and Scotland, UK: Wales, France, Netherlands, Spain and Portugal, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Croatia, Bulgaria, Greece, Cyprus;
Asia: Turkey, Middle East (Syria, Lebanon and Israel), United Arab Emarates, India (Himalayas), Sri Lanka, North-East of China (Peking), Laos, Thailand, Indonesia (Bali Island);
North America: USA East coast (Eastern states), Alaska, Rocky Mountains (USA, Montana), Yellowstone National Park, Utah and Nevada mountains, South-West steppe and deserts (Arizona and Texas);
Central America: Mexico, Cuba (Caribbean), Guatemala and Honduras, Costa Rica;
South America: Venezuela (Orinoco River and Guiana Highlands), Central Andes and Amazonian Lowland (Peru), Precordillera (Argentina), Brazilian Highlands (Brazilian Plateau), Patagonia (Argentina), Land of Fire (Tierra del Fuego) Archipelago;
Africa: Tunis (Tunisia), Egypt, Tenerife Island (Canaries Archipelago) Kenya and Tanzania, Angola, Zambia, Namibia, Swaziland, South African Republic;
Australia and New Zealand: North Australia (Darwin), Australia Northern Territory, South-Eastern Australia (Sydney, New South Wales), South Australia (Melburn, Victoria), New Zealand: North Island, New Zealand: South Island;
Antarctic: Antarctic Peninsula.

From Photo Nature section of our site you can also download thousands images of fungi, lichens, plants and animals, made by professional Russian field biologists and geographers during their expeditions all over the Russia and former USSR republics. All objects from our collection are determined by scientist and have exact scientific name, date and place of taking picture, as well as size of the original image.
You are able to find necessary pictures using four different approach: 1) with a help of Geographic Index (all objects are separated by countries and nature geographical zones), 2) with a help of Systematic Index (all objects are separated by their systematic position), 3) with a help of Alphabetical Index (all objects are separated by their scientific Latin names according to the alphabet), and 4) with a help of Search Form (you can search scientific (Latin) names of species, genus, family, or order).



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