Is There a Supervolcano Under Aleutian Islands?


Super Volcano Is Actually Under Six Islands

Health Editor’s Note: I have lived on Adak in the Aleutian Islands and did witness a volcanic eruption on the island Great Sitkin in 1974. I also witnessed many earthquakes during my two years on the island. Obviously the chain of islands have formed from a line of volcanoes….Carol 



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  1. Archipelago of volcanic origin, forming an arc from the southwestern tip of the Alaska Peninsula to the base of the Kamchatka Peninsula. The islands are bordered by the Bering Sea in the south. Kamchatka is also constantly fuming. There are beautiful nature and many natural reserves. And volcanic activity gives life to geothermal springs ))

    • Andy, Rain falls horizontally there because of the ferocious winds that blow alllllll the time. Pacific to the south and Bearing Sea to the north. When the sun shined, a sun day was declared and most places would close as everyone would go outside. Sun days were very rare days. That was life on Adak, Alaska….Naval Air station. Tundra, eagles as common as crows, black sand beaches, hypothermia always a possibility, and a place where you hung onto your car door when you got into and out of the car since the winds would catch it and blow it back and spring it.

    • Tommy, Yes, but not as many islands. 🙂 The Aleutians would be part of the ring of fire in the upper Pacific.

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