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Eruption 1 year ago won?t be Augustine?s last

Mount Augustine spews steam and ash high into the air above Cook Inlet during an eruptive stage last January. Experts estimate the next eruption...

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Ring of Fire

...been documented since 1741. Many are classified as "noneruptive" activity, others as "possibly not" eruptions. Mount Augustine 4,134 feet, occupies its own island in Kamishak Bay about 70 miles due west of the mouth of Kachemak Bay. Erupted...

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Pain in the ash?: Mount Redoubt's messy reminder may have an upside

...starting in 1989 through '90. More recently, she and other peninsula artists have incorporated the ash blown out by Mount Augustine into their work. "When Augustine went off people were gathering it in the snow and letting it melt and giving me...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/040609/new_285211923.shtml
Redoubt sure to be dramatic: Expansive vocabulary, patience a must for vulcanologists

...how much a pending eruption stimulates the economy of at least one parts store chain. Back a few years ago, when Mount Augustine was about to blow, I found the one last remaining filter for my wife's Jeep at an obscure location in Sterling...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020809/ope_281820780.shtml
Journals of Cook Inlet namesake up for discussion

...renamed -- in European language -- several locations around the area, he said. "Turnagain, Point Possession, Mount Augustine and Anchor Point -- where he lost an anchor -- were just a few of them," he said. Lopez was allowed to examine...

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The Ring of Fire: Alaska?s Volcanoes

...surrounded by glaciers radiating from its rambling multiple peaks. Activity: Iliamna has been quiet in historic times. Mount Augustine Height: 4,134 feet, occupies its own island in Kamishak Bay about 70 miles due west of the mouth of Kachemak Bay...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/020907/recguide_0209rec018.shtml
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