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Sunday, Oct 20, 2019
The Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) recorded small explosion signals from the volcano via its infrasound network located at Sand Point and on the local seismic network yesterday. ... [more]
Wednesday, Aug 07, 2019
On 2 August AVO noted that tremor had subsided, though low-level seismicity persisted at least through 6 August. Elevated surface temperatures were visible in satellite images. A small steam plume was also visible on 3 August. [more]
 
Aniakchak
(Caldera)
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Black Peak
(Stratovolcano)
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Chiginagak
(Stratovolcano)
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Dana
(Stratovolcano)
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Denison
(Stratovolcano)
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Douglas
(Stratovolcano)
Glacier-covered, dissected Mount Douglas stratovolcano is located at the northern end of the Alaska Peninsula south of Kamishak Bay. The volcano, the NE-most in Katmai National Park, contains a small, ice-free summit crater lake and an active fumarole field. [more]

Dutton
(Stratovolcano)
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Emmons Lake
(Caldera)
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Fourpeaked
(Stratovolcano)
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Frosty
(Stratovolcanoes)
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Griggs
(Stratovolcano)
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Kaguyak
(Lava domes)
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Katmai
(Stratovolcano with central caldera)
A large stratovolcano in Alaska, near the Novarupta vent, that erupted in 1912 with the largest volcanic eruption in the 20th century, 10 times the size of the 1980 eruption of Mt. St. Helens. [more]

Kialagvik
(Stratovolcano)
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Kukak
(Stratovolcano)
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Kupreanof
(Stratovolcano)
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Mageik
(Stratovolcano)
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Martin
(Stratovolcano)
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Novarupta
(Caldera)
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Pavlof
(Stratovolcano)
Pavlov is the most active volcano of the Aleutian arc. [more]

Pavlof Sister
(Stratovolcano)
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Snowy Mountain
(Stratovolcanoes)
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Steller
(Stratovolcano)
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Stepovak Bay 2
(Cinder cone)
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Stepovak Bay 3
(Cinder cone)
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Stepovak Bay 4
(Stratovolcano)
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Trident
(Stratovolcano)
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Ugashik-Peulik
(Stratovolcano)
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Ukinrek Maars
(Maars)
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Unnamed 57.87°N/155.42°W
(Lava dome)
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Veniaminof
(Stratovolcano)
ASTER (Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer) satellite image showing a steam plume emitting from the active intracaldera cone at Veniaminof Volcano on March 4, 2008 at 12:57 PM AKS (image processed by AVO/USGS, Image data courtesy of NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team)Veniaminof is one of the highest, largest and most active volcanoes on the Alaska Peninsula. [more]

Yantarni
(Stratovolcano)
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