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Alaska volcanoes

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  • 1. Aadagdak volcano
  • 2. • It is a composite volcano. • It's never been active. • It's not seismically monitored • 2116 ft tall
  • 3. Fisher caldera
  • 4. • Most recent activity: August 1830 • It is seismically monitored • It is 3648 feet tall • It is 11km wide
  • 5. Mt Martin
  • 6. • Located in the valley of one thousand smokes • It is a stratovolcano • It last erupted in 1953 • It is seismically monitored • It's elevation is 6102 ft above sea level
  • 7. Black peak
  • 8. • It is a stratovolcano/lava dome • It hasn't erupted but has still standing lava inside • It's elevation is 3386 ft above sea level • It's not seismically monitored
  • 9. Mt Wrangel
  • 10. • Shield dome volcano • Last erupted February 1930 • It is not seismically monitored • It is 14163 ft above sea level
  • 11. • Composite volcano- A stratovolcano, also known as a composite volcano, is a conical volcano built up by many layers of ash and hardened lava. Glossary/facts • There are about 130 volcanic fields in Alaska • There are about 90 volcanoes that have been active at some point in Alaska • Some eruptions from volcanoes can affect aircraft with clouds of ash thickening the air causing loss of sight • Eruptions small or large can affect people. Ash clouds can greatly affect people with allergies and lava flows can effect the