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Photographs of the 1992 Eruptions of Crater Peak, Spurr Volcano, Alaska



Spurr is an active volcano located 125 km (78 mi) west of Anchorage, the state of Alaska`s largest cityand an important transportation hub in the North Pacific
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Spurr is an active volcano located 125 km (78 mi) west of Anchorage, the state of Alaska`s largest cityand an important transportation hub in the North Pacific. After 39 years of quiescence, Crater Peak reawakened with a series of three, short-lived but violent eruptions on June 27, August 18, and September 16-17 of 1992 (Alaska Volcano Observatory, 1993).


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