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Amchixtam Chaxsxii description and information


Type:Submarine volcano
Most Recent Activity:
Seismically Monitored: No
Elevation: -377 ft (-115 m)
Latitude: 51.8475° N
Longitude:179.82972° E
Quadrangle:Rat Islands
CAVW Number:
Pronunciation: Sound file
Nearby towns:Adak 151 mi (243 km) NE
Shemya Station 249 mi (401 km) NW
Atka 255 mi (410 km) NE
Attu Station 288 mi (463 km) NW
Anchorage 1306 mi (2101 km) NE
Amchixtam Chaxsxii is a submarine, polygenetic cone that rises about 580 m from the seafloor and is about 115 m below current sealevel. The base of Amchixtam Chaxsxii is about 4 km across (Jennifer Reynolds, 2004, personal communication.)
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