Panoramic photograph of the northwestern coast of Kasatochi between Tundering head (left) and Barabara ridge (right foreground) taken three years after the 2008 eruption. Prior to the eruption an extensive talus below the cliff provided nesting burrows for a large population of crested and least auklets. Eruption deposits covered the burrows, and they are no longer usable. Photograph by C. Nye, August 16, 2011. Additional description and a high resolution .tif version of this image are available at http://doi.org/10.14509/29718.
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