View of the glaciated north flank of Iliamna Volcano. A plume of steam and gas typically rises several hundred meters above the fumarole field.
|Elevation||10,016 ft (3,053 m)|
|Prominence||7,866 ft (2,398 m)|
|Location||Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Kenai Peninsula Borough, Alaska, US|
|Parent range||Chigmit Mountains, Aleutian Range|
|Topo map||USGS Lake Clark A-1|
|Volcanic arc/belt||Aleutian Arc|
Mount Iliamna is a glacier-covered stratovolcano in the largely volcanic Aleutian Range in southwest Alaska. Located in the Chigmit Mountain subrange in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, the volcano lies approximately 134 miles (215 km) southwest of Anchorage on the west side of lower Cook Inlet. Holocene eruptive activity from Iliamna is little known, but radiocarbon dating seems to indicate at least a few eruptions, all before the European settlement of Alaska. However, fumaroles located at about 8,990 feet (2,740 m) elevation on the eastern flank produce nearly constant plumes of steam and minor amounts of sulfurous gases. These plumes are quite vigorous and have resulted in numerous pilot reports and early historical accounts of "eruptions" at Iliamna Volcano.
- List of mountain peaks of North America
- List of Ultras of the United States
- List of volcanoes in the United States
- "Iliamna". Global Volcanism Program. Smithsonian Institution.
- U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-271
- Alaska Volcano Observatory
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