Alaska Volcano Observatory
Shishaldin reported activity
EVENT SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Event Name : Shishaldin 9000 yBP
|Start: 9000 || Years BP Unknown dating method || |
From Beget and others (2002): "Another notable eruption from Shishaldin occurred about 9,000 years ago. This eruption deposited more than 2 meters of pumiceous and scoriaceous tephra near the volcano. Deposits from this eruption are about 3 centimeters thick in Cold Bay, Alaska, about 95 kilometers northeast of the summit vent."
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