View of fan-like south flank of Moffett volcano. Layered brown-to-tan tephra deposits are visible exposed on the sides of small stream gullys, while most surfaces are blocks of Moffett domes which strati graphically underly the tephra. Kuluk Bay is visible in the upper left and Shagak Bay in the upper right.

View of fan-like south flank of Moffett volcano. Layered brown-to-tan tephra deposits are visible exposed on the sides of small stream gullys, while most surfaces are blocks of Moffett domes which strati graphically underly the tephra. Kuluk Bay is visible in the upper left and Shagak Bay in the upper right.

Date: Sep 11th, 2023
Volcano(es): Moffett
Photographer: Loewen, Matt
URL: avo.alaska.edu/image/view/195228
Location:

Latitude: 51.919932581667

Longitude: -176.72190364333


Image courtesy of AVO/USGS.
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