The story of the Valley of 10,000 Smokes, a name coined after Alaska’s biggest eruption 110 years ago
U.S. · SCIENCE
July 16, 20223 min read602 words
Published: July 16, 2022  |  3 min read602 words
To put the largest eruption in Alaska’s written history in context, Robert Griggs pondered what might have happened if the volcano that erupted in summer of 1912 was located on Manhattan Island rather than the Alaska Peninsula.“In such a catastrophe all of Greater New York would ...
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Aug 27
Fascinating article about an ancient volcano and its massive proportions as well as the impact it could have had had it been located somewhere more populated, all told through sources as reliable as possible, considering it's been over a century, using old diary entries as sources.
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