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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05303

A plume emitting from active fumaroles is on the N side (left center) of the summit lake at Douglas volcano on the northern tip of the Alaska Peninsula. The small, 160-m-wide crater is one of the few ice-free areas on Douglas volcano. In 1992, the lake had a pH of 1.1 and a temperature of 21°C. Photo by Chris Nye (Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys).

A plume emitting from active fumaroles is on the N side (left center) of the summit lake at Douglas volcano on the northern tip of the Alaska Peninsula. The small, 160-m-wide crater is one of the few ice-free areas on Douglas volcano. In 1992, the lake had a pH of 1.1 and a temperature of 21°C.

Photo by Chris Nye (Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys).

Keywords: crater | crater lake | fumarole


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