The Pavlof Volcano is erupting in Alaska; Ring of Fire update.

Reuters is reporting that the Pavlof Volcano on the Alaska Peninsula has been erupting since May 30, 2014.  The Pavlof Volcano is located about  600 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska.

Smoke pours from the erupting Pavlof Volcano on the Alaska Peninsula

This picture of the eruption was taken  from an airplane by the Alaska Fish and Game Department.

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This is a picture of the eruption taken by NASA from the Space Station.

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This map shows the approximate location of the volcano.   This volcano is at the top of the Ring of Fire, as mentioned in a previous post.   There has been a great deal of activity on the Ring of Fire this past Spring.   A giant volcano eruption was one of  Maki’s possible explanations for the new ice age in Maki and the Bolide.

About Richard Rollo

I am a retired Community College Instructor. I taught Political Science 1 American Government for 22 years in Southern California. I am originally from Northern Minnesota. My earliest years were spent in the living quarters of a rural Duluth Winnipeg & Pacific Railway Depot. Then my family joined the great 1950's migration to Southern California where I joined up with fellow baby boomers in overcrowded schools.
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