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IMAGE 116851
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Northeastward view across Emmons caldera from the southwest caldera rim. Mt. Emmons is on the left skyline. Pavlof, just outside the caldera and 13 miles distant, is the farthest tall peak. Mt Hague is just to the left of Pavlof. Numerous monogenetic cones and flows are inside the caldera.

Date: July 20, 2005 12:00 AM
Volcano(es):Emmons Lake Volcanic Center, Pavlof
Photographer/Creator: Nye, Christopher

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