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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-09527

Korovin is seen here from the south, with the smaller Konia cone on its SE flank. Korovin is of the most frequently active volcano of the large complex at the NE tip of Atka Island, and contains two craters near the summit, located along a NW-SE line. The SE cone has a 1-km-wide crater, larger than the NW summit. Photo by Jim Myers, 1997 (University of Wyoming; courtesy of Alaska Volcano Observatory).

Korovin is seen here from the south, with the smaller Konia cone on its SE flank. Korovin is of the most frequently active volcano of the large complex at the NE tip of Atka Island, and contains two craters near the summit, located along a NW-SE line. The SE cone has a 1-km-wide crater, larger than the NW summit.

Photo by Jim Myers, 1997 (University of Wyoming; courtesy of Alaska Volcano Observatory).

Keywords: stratovolcano


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