The plume seen here at Mount Sanford has been determined to be non-volcanic in nature, possibly the result of ice or rock-fall on the very steep southwest face of the mountain. This image was taken from Mile 8.6 on the Tok Cutoff looking ESE to Mount Sanford, approximately 34 miles away.
Image courtesy of the photographer, Marty Karjala.
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