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Pavlof Volcano in Alaska Erupts Sending Ash Upwards 20,000 Feet — Watts Up With That?

2016/03/29

The Pavlof Volcano, which is about 600 miles southwest of Anchorage on the Aleutian Islands, erupted at 4:18 p.m. local time on Sunday, March 27th. The eruption sent ash 20,000 feet up in the air and prompted flight warnings according to authorities. Ash was seen generally moving north-to-northeast on infrared satellite imagery both immediately after […]

via Pavlof Volcano in Alaska Erupts Sending Ash Upwards 20,000 Feet — Watts Up With That?


Natural Hazard – Volcanic Eruption

North America   –  USA | State of Alaska,  Pavlof Volcano
Location:   55°25’10.0″N 161°53’42.0″W
Stratovolcano: 2519 m / 8,264 ft
Color Code Orange / Alert Level Watch
Damage Level: unknown

More information: Alaska Volcano Observatory

Pavlof webcams / live data

 

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