BackgroundThe dacitic-to-rhyolitic Spokoiny stratovolcano lies immediately south of Ostry volcano and NE of Iktunup volcano in the northern Sredinny Range. The 2171-m-high volcano, also known as Kutina, was active during the early and mid-Holocene. Deposits from five eruptions during this interval have been documented, the last of which took place about 5400 years ago. Cinder cones are located on the western flank of the volcano, and lava flows from the symmetrical summit cone extend down drainages to both the east and west.
Smithsonian / GVP volcano information
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