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Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015
A faint thermal signal remains visible on satellite imagery. According to the Alaska Volcano Observatory, weak eruptive activity likely continues in the summit crater. [more]
Seismic activity at Shishaldin volcano today (SSLW station / AVO)
Friday, Jan 23, 2015
The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reported "strongly elevated" temperatures in the summit crater on satellite data from yesterday. This could indicate lava is present there, possibly strombolian activity. What seems to be light ash fall deposits on the upper snowy flanks was visible on webcam images. ... [more]

Volcanoes of Aleutian Islands (41 volcanoes)

Gareloi | Tanaga | Takawangha | Bobrof | Kanaga | Moffett | Adagdak | Great Sitkin | Kasatochi | Koniuji | Sergief | Korovin | Atka | Seguam | Amukta | Chagulak | Yunaska | Herbert | Carlisle | Cleveland | Uliaga | Tana | Kagamil | Vsevidof | Recheschnoi | Okmok | Bogoslof | Makushin | Akutan | Westdahl | Fisher | Shishaldin | Isanotski | Roundtop | Amak | Buldir | Kiska | Segula | Davidof | Little Sitkin | Semisopochnoi
Gareloi
(Stratovolcano)
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Tanaga
(Stratovolcanoes)
Tanaga volcano is the second largest volcano of the central Aleutians. It is the central and highest of 3 young stratovolcanoes oriented along a roughly E-W line at the NW tip of Tanaga Island. [more]

Takawangha
(Stratovolcano)
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Bobrof
(Stratovolcano)
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Kanaga
(stratovolcano)
Kanaga Volcano Viewed from the west with Mt Moffet, Adak and Great Sitkin in the background (image taken May 8, 2010 by Cyrus Read, AVO/USGS)Kanaga volcano is an active symmetrical stratovolcano rising 1300 m on the northern part of Kanaga Island in the western Aleutians, Alaska. It is one of the most southerly volcanoes of the central Aleutian chain.
The volcano has a small 200 m wide and 60 m deep circular sum... [more]

Moffett
(Stratovolcano)
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Adagdak
(Stratovolcano)
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Great Sitkin
(Stratovolcano)
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Kasatochi
(Stratovolcano)
Kasatochi is a remote island forming the peak of a mostly submerged stratovolcano rising to 314 m a.s.l. in the Aleutian island chain. It is one of the volcanoes in the world that formed new islands in historic times. [more]

Koniuji
(Stratovolcano)
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Sergief
(Stratovolcano)
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Korovin
(Stratovolcano)
Korovin is a 1533 m high stratovolcano in the central Aleutian Islands and one of the most active volcanoes in Alaska. On average, it has been active every 10-15 years, its last eruption being in Nov-Dec 2006 with ash emissions. [more]

Atka
(Stratovolcanoes)
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Seguam
(Stratovolcanoes)
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Amukta
(Stratovolcano)
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Chagulak
(Stratovolcano)
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Yunaska
(Shield volcano)
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Herbert
(Stratovolcano)
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Carlisle
(Stratovolcano)
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Cleveland
(Stratovolcano)
The beautifully symmetrical Mount Cleveland stratovolcano forms the western half of the uninhabited Chuginadak Island in the eastern Aleutians, connected to the eastern half of the island by a narrow isthmus. It is one of the regions most active volcanoes, but at present has no s... [more]

Uliaga
(Stratovolcano)
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Tana
(Stratovolcanoes)
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Kagamil
(Stratovolcano)
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Vsevidof
(Stratovolcano)
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Recheschnoi
(Stratovolcano)
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Okmok
(Central shield complex with nested caldera)
Okmok is one of the most active volcanoes in the Aleutian island chain (Alaska). It consists of a complex of shields truncated by a caldera and several active vents inside the caldera, which have built small cones and lava flows. [more]

Bogoslof
(Submarine volcano)
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Makushin
(Stratovolcano)
Makushin volcano is an ice-covered 1800-m-high stratovolcano on northern Unalaska Island west of the town of Dutch Harbor. The volcano contains a 2.5-km-wide caldera. Its broad, domical shape contrasts with the usual steep-sided profile of most other volcanoes in the Aleutians. [more]

Akutan
(Stratovolcano)
Akutan volcano is one of the most active stratovolcanoes of the Aleutian arc. The volcano has a 2-km-wide caldera with an active intracaldera cone. [more]

Westdahl
(Stratovolcano?)
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Fisher
(Stratovolcano)
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Shishaldin
(Stratovolcano)
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Isanotski
(Stratovolcano)
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Roundtop
(Stratovolcano)
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Amak
(Stratovolcano)
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Buldir
(Stratovolcano)
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Kiska
(Stratovolcano)
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Segula
(Stratovolcano)
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Davidof
(Stratovolcano)
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Little Sitkin
(stratovolcano)
Little Sitkin volcano forms a small island of the same name in the western Aleutians Islands and belongs to the Aleutian Island National Wildlife Refuge. The active stratovolcano rises 1188 m (3898 ft) in the center-northeastern part of the island. The island is located 330 km (2... [more]

Semisopochnoi
(Stratovolcano)
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