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A car, completely covered in volcanic ash from Chile's Puyehue volcano, sits in San Carlos de Bariloche, southern Argentina, on Sunday June 5, 2011.

A car, completely covered in volcanic ash from Chile's Puyehue volcano, sits in San Carlos de Bariloche, southern Argentina, on Sunday June 5, 2011.

An interesting house and fence covered by volcanic ashes in Villa La Angostura,Argentina.

An interesting house and fence covered by volcanic ashes in Villa La Angostura,Argentina.

A house covered with volcanic ash from the nearby Tungurahua volcano, Banos, Ecuador.

A house covered with volcanic ash from the nearby Tungurahua volcano, Banos, Ecuador.

thumbnail view of poster showing map of the Cascades on the left and a chart of peak-name vs. eruption date on the right

thumbnail view of poster showing map of the Cascades on the left and a chart of peak-name vs. eruption date on the right

Alternating ash and snow fall over several days create layers in this examination of tephra-fall deposits (volcanic ash) from the initial explosions from Redoubt volcano on March 22 and 23, 2009.

Alternating ash and snow fall over several days create layers in this examination of tephra-fall deposits (volcanic ash) from the initial explosions from Redoubt volcano on March 22 and 23, 2009.

Wondering why it is faster to fly eastbound? Because of the Jet Stream. Here, the ashes of "Volcan Puyehue" - Volcano Eruption, Puyehue, Chile 2011.

Wondering why it is faster to fly eastbound? Because of the Jet Stream. Here, the ashes of "Volcan Puyehue" - Volcano Eruption, Puyehue, Chile 2011.

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