Novarupta exploded onto the landscape on June 6, 1912. Over its 60 hour eruption, three cubic miles of material were ejected from this vent filling the Ukak River valley with hot ash. Today, Novarupta retains heat from the eruption and small fumaroles (volcanic gas vents) can be found at its base.
U.S. National Park Service
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