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Mount Steller description and information


Official Name: Mount Steller
Most Recent Activity:
Seismically Monitored: No
Elevation: 7454 ft (2272 m)
Latitude: 58.4301° N
Longitude:154.3903° W
Quadrangle:Mt Katmai
CAVW Number:312220
Pronunciation: Sound file
Nearby towns:Karluk 59 mi (96 km) SW
Aleneva 61 mi (98 km) SE
Larsen Bay 63 mi (102 km) SE
Port William 65 mi (105 km) NE
Anchorage 248 mi (399 km) NE
From Smithsonian Institution, online database, accessed December 8, 2003: "Mount Steller is part of a chain of closely spaced NE-SW-trending vents in Katmai National Park and lies between Mount Denision and Kukak volcanoes. Uncertainty surrounds the number and location of volcanic vents in this heavily glaciated area. The precise age of the most recent activity at Steller volcano is not known, but the volcano was considered to have been active during the Holocene [1]."
Volcanoes of Alaska, 1998
citation imageNye, C. J., Queen, Katherine, and McCarthy, A. M., 1998, Volcanoes of Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Information Circular IC 0038, unpaged, 1 sheet, scale 1:4,000,000, available at http://www.dggs.dnr.state.ak.us/pubs/pubs?reqtype=citation&ID=7043 .
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