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Global Volcanism Program | Image GVP-09559

Amak, the easternmost of the Aleutian Islands, lies north of the tip of the Alaskan Peninsula. Like Bogoslof, it lies north of the main Aleutian volcanic front. Lava flows with prominent levees were emplaced in historical eruptions during 1700-1710 and in 1796. Photo by Dave Roseneau, 2001 (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service).

Amak, the easternmost of the Aleutian Islands, lies north of the tip of the Alaskan Peninsula. Like Bogoslof, it lies north of the main Aleutian volcanic front. Lava flows with prominent levees were emplaced in historical eruptions during 1700-1710 and in 1796.

Photo by Dave Roseneau, 2001 (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service).

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Keywords: stratovolcano


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