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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-09491

Tanaga is seen here from the SW with Cape Sajaka to the far left. The peak above the clouds (right-center) is Tanaga, and Sajaka volcano is to the left. Most Holocene eruptions originated from the central peak, Tanaga volcano itself, which consists of two large cones constructed within a caldera with the 400-m-high rim to the SE. Photo by Steve Ebbert (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service).

Tanaga is seen here from the SW with Cape Sajaka to the far left. The peak above the clouds (right-center) is Tanaga, and Sajaka volcano is to the left. Most Holocene eruptions originated from the central peak, Tanaga volcano itself, which consists of two large cones constructed within a caldera with the 400-m-high rim to the SE.

Photo by Steve Ebbert (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service).

Keywords: stratovolcano


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