From Wood and Kienle (1990) 
: "Kialagvik volcano is a small (~5 cubic km), poorly known central-vent volcano adjacent to, and in the same arc segment as Chiginagak volcano. The volcano is informally named after the Eskimo word for the adjacent Wide Bay. The published geologic map is at 1:250,000 scale; owing to remoteness and extensive snow and ice cover, little additional work has been done.
"The volcano is constructed partly on and adjacent to older, early Quaternary (?) or Tertiary hypabyssal and extrusive rocks from other vents; consequently, the exact extent of the deposits properly assigned to the Kialagvik vent is uncertain. Probable Kialagvik deposits comprise lava flows of andesitic composition and overlying dacitic block-and-ash flow deposits similar in composition to the Holocene (?) dome. Except for lacking an exposed stratovolcano edifice, Kialagvik has probably been most similar in eruptive style to Yantarni volcano to the southwest."