Snowy reported activity
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|2000-00-00||Snowy: 2000|| From Neal and others (2004): "In mid-September 2000, AVO received a pilot report of a steam plume emanating from a depression in the surface of the upper Aguchik Glacier about 3 mi (5 km) SE of the summit peaks of Snowy Mountain * * * According to the pilot, Kodiak Air Service owner Willy Hall, this was the first time in his many years flying the region that he had seen either the depression or the accompanying steam. Hall also reported a strong sulfur smell while in the vicinity.
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|2001-06-27||Snowy: 2001|| McGimsey and others (2004) summarize this event as follows: "On June 27, 2001, Willie Hall of Kodiak Air Service called to report his observations of the 'steaming hole' in the glacier midway down the south flank of Snowy Mountain. Mr. Hall was the source for the first observations of the steaming hole in September, 2000 (Neal and others, 2004) [see figs. 4 and 5 in original text]. Hall reported that he flew over the area in late May/early June, 2001 using the coordinates previously established ... More information||information.png||ye||50||http://www.avo.alaska.edu/volcanoes/activity.php?volcname=Snowy&eruptionid=517&page=basic|