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Iliamna reported activity

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Event Name : Iliamna 1987/3

Start:March 19, 1987 Observed
Stop:May 2, 1987 Observed

Fumarolic or hydrothermal activity: BibCard
Steam: BibCard BibCard
Eruption Type:Not an eruption.

Description: From Smithsonian Institution (1987): "At 0800 on 19 March Reeve Aleutian Airways pilots Edward Livingston and Dale Schram observed a large steam plume rising about 1100 m above the summit. No ash appeared in the plume. Almost 3 hours later Northern Air Cargo pilot Wallace Niles observed a steam plume rising 1,000 m above the summit from a upper S flank vent. The plume drifted NNW. John Reeder noted that minor steam emissions are nearly continuous from Iliamna but a large steam plume is unusual." This activity does not constitute a volcanic eruption.

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