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Volcanic Eruptions Change the Landscape of Bogoslof Island, Alaska

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Bogoslof Island sits north of the Aleutian volcanic arc, a speck of rock about 60 miles from Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, and is home to a rich variety of marine wildlife. The island is the tip of a mostly submerged back-arc volcano that until recently last erupted in 1992, one of at least eight historical eruptions documented at Bogoslof volcano.