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IMAGE 19661
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This is a satellite image of Anchorage, Alaska. The red line shows the equivalent area that the 2009 Redoubt lava dome would cover - to a depth of 3 feet! The dome is about 70 million cubic meters. This volume was calculated by USGS geologist Angie Diefenbach at the Cascades Volcano Observatory, using oblique photos taken by AVO geoscientists.

Date: 12:00 AM
Volcano(es):Redoubt
Photographer/Creator: Robbins, Doug; ESRI, .
URL:http://www.avo.alaska.edu/images/image.php?id=19661

Citation Information:
The satellite image is used courtesy of ESRI. Doug Robbins added the Redoubt volume comparison.
Please cite ESRI, Doug Robbins, and AVO when using this image.

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