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Saturday, Nov 11, 2006

Low-level earthquake activity continues at Fourpeaked volcano. Web camera views this past week show a typical steam plume rising several hundred meters above the summit.

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Aerialphoto of the summit of Fourpeaked volcano on an overflight on the 24th of Sep 2006 showing several steaming vents on its summit. (Photo courtesy: Cyrus Read, AVO/USGS)
Saturday, Feb 26, 2005

The first known historic eruption of Fourpeaked volcano on the Alaska peninsula is taking its course. Several vents emitting gasses and ash have appeared on the glacier-topped volcano and are slowly melting the ice cap.

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Fourpeaked volcano

Stratovolcano 2105 m / 6,906 ft
United States, Alaska Peninsula, 58.77°N / -153.67°W
Current status: normal or dormant (1 out of 5) | Reports
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Typical eruption style: unspecified
Fourpeaked volcano eruptions: 2006 
TimeMag. / DepthDistanceLocation
Wed, 2 Oct 2019
Wed, 2 Oct 11:38 UTCM 2.2 / 2.8 km4 km129km NNW of Kodiak Station, Alaska (USA)
Tue, 17 Sep 2019
Tue, 17 Sep 17:47 UTCM 1.65 km126km SSE of Old Iliamna, Alaska (USA)

Background:

Poorly known Fourpeaked volcano in NE Katmai National Park consists of isolated outcrops surrounded by the Fourpeaked Glacier, which descends eastward almost to the Shelikof Strait. The orientation of andesitic lava flows and extensive hydrothermal alteration of rocks near the present 2105-m-high summit suggest that it probably marks the vent of Fourpeaked volcano. Eruptive activity during the Holocene had not been confirmed prior to the first historical eruption of Fourpeaked in September 2006. A N-trending fissure extending 1 km from the summit produced minor ashfall.
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