Kaguyak volcano is lake-filled caldera, 2.5-km (1.5 mi) in diameter, that truncates a
former stratovolcano. Postcaldera lava domes form a prominent peninsula and a small island.  Fourpeaked Mountain, a little-studied volcano, is on the skyline at left. Photograph by C. Nye, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, August, 1982.

Kaguyak volcano is lake-filled caldera, 2.5-km (1.5 mi) in diameter, that truncates a former stratovolcano. Postcaldera lava domes form a prominent peninsula and a small island. Fourpeaked Mountain, a little-studied volcano, is on the skyline at left. Photograph by C. Nye, Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys, August, 1982.

Date: Jul 31st, 1982
Volcano(es): Fourpeaked Kaguyak
Photographer: Nye, C. J.
URL: avo.alaska.edu/image/view/357
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