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View, looking northeast, of 1,436-m (4,711 ft)-high Mount Emmons, a postcaldera stratovolcano within the Emmons Lake caldera on the Alaska Peninsula. The most recent of several caldera-forming eruptions at Emmons Lake occurred more than 10,000 years ago. No historical eruptions have occurred at the Emmons Lake caldera. In order going NE are Emmons Lake, Mt Emmons, Hague, Double Crater, Little Pavlof, Pavlof, and Pavlof's Sister.

Date: October 21, 2008 12:00 AM
Volcano(es):Double Crater, Emmons Lake Caldera, Emmons Lake Volcanic Center, Emmons, Mt, Hague, Mt, Little Pavlof, Pavlof, Pavlof Sister
Photographer/Creator: Hazen, Ryan

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