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Pavlof Sends Ash to 19000 Feet
June 5, 2013 | Alaska Dispatch

Pavlof Volcano continues to exhibit activity. On Tuesday an eruption sent ash to an elevation of 19,000 feet. AVO reports that Mount Cleveland is still active and could launch blocks and ash without warning.


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Mount Cleveland: One of the Most Active Volcanoes in the Aleutian Arc
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Mount Cleveland is an active stratovolcano in a remote part of the Aleutian Islands. Eruptions there can produce ash plumes that are a threat to air traffic.

Cleveland Volcano Heard on Infrasound
May 7, 2013 | Live Science
The Alaska Volcano Observatory does not have seismic monitoring on Chuginadak Island where Mount Cleveland Volcano is located; however, they "heard" small eruptions this weekend using infrasound.

Activity at Pavlof Volcano
May 14, 2013 | Alaska Volcano Observatory
"Seismic activity at Pavlof Volcano increased this morning commensurate with the presence of an intense thermal anomaly at the summit observed in latest satellite imagery. Similar patterns of seismicity and elevated surface temperatures have previously signaled the onset of eruptive activity at Pavlof. Although not yet visually confirmed, a low-level eruption of lava has likely begun from a summit vent." Quoted from the Alaska Volcano Observatory.


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