Ukinrek Maars plume (Alaska, USA)

Aerial view, looking north, over the Ukinrek Maars on the south shore of Becharof Lake on the Alaska Peninsula. The maar craters formed during a 10-day eruption in March and April of 1977.

Volcano: Ukinrek Maars (see Ukinrek Maars at the Smithsonian Institution website in a new tab)
Type: Volcanic Plume
Description: The Ukinrek Maars are two phreatomagmatic vents that were created in an area without previous volcanic activity during a 10-day-long phreatomagmatic eruption March-April 1977. The basaltic maars were erupted through glacial deposits in the Bering Sea lowlands 1.5 km south of Becharof Lake and 12 km west of Peulik volcano; their location is related to the regional Bruin Bay fault.

This location does not have flux data

Point of contact for this site:
Michael P. Doukas, xxx (USGS)

Number of measurements: 1
Measurement date (d/m/y) Added by Added on
Ukinrek Maars_2405199824/5/1998 Emanuela Bagnato Oct. 5, 2014


Bibliographic references for this site

Doukas M.P. and K.A. McGee, 2007,A compilation of gas emission-rate data from volcanoes of Cook Inlet (Spurr, Crater Peak, Redoubt, Iliamna, and Augustine) and Alaska Peninsula (Douglas, Fourpeaked, Griggs, Mageik, Martin, Peulik, Ukinrek Maars, and Veniaminof), Alaska, from 1995-2006, U.S. Geological Survey_ Open-File Report 2007–1400


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