Mount Erebus Photographs by Dr. Nelia Dunbar

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Hut Point Peninsula.  The blue streak from Hut Point to the right edge of the photo is a shipping channel cut by a US Coast Guard icebreaker.
Mt. Erebus crater as viewed from the Truncated Cones seismic station (antenna and wind generator masts visible in foreground).
Cape Royds, ice bergs and sea ice as viewed from near the Mt. Erebus summit.
Hut Point Peninsula. The blue streak from Hut Point to the right edge of the photo is a shipping channel cut by a US Coast Guard icebreaker.
Mt. Erebus crater as viewed from the Truncated Cones seismic station (antenna and wind generator masts visible in foreground).
Cape Royds, ice bergs and sea ice as viewed from near the Mt. Erebus summit.
Three Sisters Cones outcrop on the flank of Mt. Erebus, as viewed from near the summit.
Steaming ice tower at the Truncated Cones seismic station (the Erebus plume is visible overhead).
Temporary GPS monument at "Shackelton's Cairn" (on the Mt. Erebus crater rim).
Three Sisters Cones outcrop on the flank of Mt. Erebus, as viewed from near the summit.
Steaming ice tower at the Truncated Cones seismic station (the Erebus plume is visible overhead).
Temporary GPS monument at "Shackelton's Cairn" (on the Mt. Erebus crater rim).
Temporary GPS monument at "Shackelton's Cairn" (on the Mt. Erebus crater rim).
Ice tower near the Mt. Erebus rim, commonly called "Harry's dream".
Clouds creeping up past the caldera rim from the Fang Glacier.
Temporary GPS monument at "Shackelton's Cairn" (on the Mt. Erebus crater rim).
Ice tower near the Mt. Erebus rim, commonly called "Harry's dream".
Clouds creeping up past the caldera rim from the Fang Glacier.
Many days worth of dishes piled in the sink at the lower Erebus hut.
View of the Mt. Erebus caldera margin from the Bomb Peak seismic station.
Recently erupted lava bomb (next to ice axe) and the scar it made (right of Bill McIntosh.
Many days worth of dishes piled in the sink at the lower Erebus hut.
View of the Mt. Erebus caldera margin from the Bomb Peak seismic station.
Recently erupted lava bomb (next to ice axe) and the scar it made (right of Bill McIntosh.
Trevor Popp and Nelia Dunbar on the Mt. Erebus crater rim.
Trevor Popp and Nelia Dunbar on the Mt. Erebus crater rim.

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Mt. Erebus Volcano Observatory
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology