Activity Increases at Alaska's Pavlof Volcano

June 4, 2014 2:50 PM

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Activity Increases at Alaska's Pavlof Volcano

The intensity of Alaska's Pavlof volcano, which had been showing signs of a low-level eruption since May 31, was notched up yesterday, June 2, with a large burst that sent an ash plume billowing as far up as 22,000 feet above sea level and then drifting over 50 miles east.

The intensity of Alaska's Pavlof volcano, which had been showing signs of a low-level eruption since May 31, was notched up yesterday, June 2, with a large burst that sent an ash plume billowing as far up as 22,000 feet above sea level and then drifting over 50 miles east.

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