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Isanotski Peaks description and information


Official Name: Isanotski Peaks
Most Recent Activity:
Seismically Monitored: Yes
Color Code:GREEN
Alert Level:NORMAL
Elevation: 8104 ft (2470 m)
Latitude: 54.76799° N
Longitude:163.72904° W
Quadrangle:False Pass
CAVW Number:311370
Pronunciation: Sound file
Nearby towns:False Pass 14 mi (23 km) NE
Pauloff Harbor 46 mi (75 km) SE
Cold Bay 49 mi (79 km) NE
King Cove 60 mi (96 km) NE
Anchorage 672 mi (1082 km) NE
From Miller and others (1998) [1]: "Isanotski volcano, located near the eastern end of Unimak Island, is a dissected, snow- and ice-covered stratovolcano with a basal diameter of about 10 km. It is much more deeply eroded than neighboring Shishaldin volcano and lies between Shishaldin and Roundtop along a roughly east-west alignment."
Catalog of the historically active volcanoes of Alaska, 1998
citation imageMiller, T. P., McGimsey, R. G., Richter, D. H., Riehle, J. R., Nye, C. J., Yount, M. E., and Dumoulin, J. A., 1998, Catalog of the historically active volcanoes of Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-0582, 104 p.
Download PDF title page PDF : 52
Download PDF intro and TOC PDF : 268 KB
Download PDF eastern part - Wrangell to Ukinrek Maars PDF : 972 KB
Download PDF central part - Chiginagak to Cleveland PDF : 2,463 KB
Download PDF western part - Carlisle to Kiska PDF : 956 KB
Download PDF references PDF : 43 KB

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