Chain of Alaskan islands would possibly actually be one monster volcano


How does an enormous volcano disguise in plain sight? It disguises itself as a gaggle of smaller volcanic islands. No less than, which may be the case for a few of Alaska’s Aleutian Islands. 

A decent cluster of six volcanic islands situated close to the middle of the chain — the stratovolcanoes Carlisle, Cleveland, Herbert, Kagamil, Tana and Uliag — are literally interconnected vents for a a lot greater volcano lurking underwater, scientists just lately proposed. In that case, it could be the primary solely submerged volcano within the Aleutians, the scientists mentioned in a press release.


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