Alaska Volcano Observatory
Little Sitkin reported activity
EVENT SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Event Name : Little Sitkin CFE I
|Start: 126000 || Years BP Unknown dating method || |
|Stop: 11700 || Years BP Unknown dating method || |
From Miller and others (1998): "The active stratovolcano on Little Sitkin Island occurs within the eroded remnants of a nested double caldera of probable late Pleistocene age. The older caldera (Caldera One) is about 4.8 km in diameter and is centered slightly northeast of the island's midpoint. The caldera formed at the site of a large stratovolcano, the remnants of which are the oldest rocks exposed on the island (unit Qtw)."
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