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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-05368

Mount Dutton, seen here from the NE with the wall of Emmons Lake caldera in the foreground, is located near the tip of the Alaska Peninsula. Successive lava domes form the summit; collapse events during the Holocene produced debris avalanches that traveled to the west and also reached Belkofski Bay to the south. Photo by Betsy Yount, 1986 (Alaska Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geological Survey).

Mount Dutton, seen here from the NE with the wall of Emmons Lake caldera in the foreground, is located near the tip of the Alaska Peninsula. Successive lava domes form the summit; collapse events during the Holocene produced debris avalanches that traveled to the west and also reached Belkofski Bay to the south.

Photo by Betsy Yount, 1986 (Alaska Volcano Observatory, U.S. Geological Survey).

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Keywords: stratovolcano


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