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Sentinel-1 satellite radar interferogram spanning March 11–23, 2023, Aniakchak volcano. The bullseye pattern of color bands, or fringes, in the center of Aniakchak's caldera are indicative of surface uplift that is consistent with magma intrusion at around 4 km depth. Figure by Ronni Grapenthin, UAFGI/AVO.

Date: March 23, 2023 12:00 AM
Photographer/Creator: grapenthin, ronni

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