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Stratovolcano 1730 m (5,676 ft)
Aleutian Islands, Alaska, 52.83°N / -169.94°W
: normal or dormant
(1 out of 5)
Cleveland volcano eruptions:
1893, 1897, 1929(?), 1932, 1938, 1944, 1951(?), 1953(?), 1975(?), 1984, 1985(?), 1986, 1987, 1989(?), 1994, 2001, 2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Typical eruption style:
Cleveland volcano satellite image by (c) Google Earth View
Eruption news from Cleveland volcano:
Cleveland Volcano (Aleutian Islands): activity update
Fri, 8 Feb 2013, 09:45
09:45 AM | BY: VOLCANOBULLETIN
The AVO (Alaskan Volcano Observatory) reported that as of 2 February, the lava dome in Cleveland volcano's crater is about 200 m in diameter.
The Alert Level was kept at ORANGE.
After finding evidence of a new lava dome growing in the summit crater, AVO raised the alert level of Cleveland back to orange. ... read all
Satellite images continue to show elevated surface temperatures at the summit of Cleveland, but there has not been any other activity reported. (AVO) ... read all
No explosions or lava dome growth have been detected since November 10. On the 21 November, the Alaska Volcano Observatory lowered the Alert Level to YELLOW. read all
A new explosion took place at Cleveland volcano. read all
Elevated surface temperatures were observed in satellite 27 Oct morning. AVO has received no other reports of unusual activity at the volcano. ... read all
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