Kanaga volcano eruptions
stratovolcano 1307 m / 4,288 ft
Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska , 51.92°N / -177.17°W
Eruption list: 2012 (?), 1993-95, 1942, 1933, 1906, 1904, 1829 (?), 1791 (?), 1790 (?), 1783-87 (?), 1768, 1763
Prior to 2012, the last eruption of Kanaga was in 1994-1995 when observed eruptive plumes were relatively dilute, rising to altitudes of less than 3 km (9,840 ft) and dropping ash onto the flanks of the volcano. Larger ash emissions reaching up to 7.5 km occurred on 21 February 1995.
Kanaga was seen in eruption 1906 a hunter reported. The eruption was accompanied by earthquakes and lava flows were reported on the east and west side of the steep volcano's cone.
Not much is known about the eruption of Kanaga volcano in 1904. Historic documents suggest a lava flow on the upper southern flank.
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