(Fig. 2.17) Pelean Eruption.
Pelean eruptions usually develop on strato-volcanoes from magmas with a relative high degree of silica. The particular of Pelean eruptions is the dominant combination of dome-formation, nuées ardentes, and laterally blasts.
Pelean eruptions are separated by decades when no activity is displayed. Warning emissions of ash begin a few weeks before the Pelean eruption, the climax
develops when nuées ardentes blast from the volcano. Domes that often rise out of the vents may survive as corks capping the vent until the next eruption, then they'll probably be blown away.