Bobrof Volcano - John Seach


Aleutian Islands, Alaska

51.90 N, 177.43 W
summit elevation 738 m

Bobrof Volcano is located in the Andreanof islands, Alaska. The uninhabited island is 3 x 4 km in diameter. Pyroclastic flow deposits are located on the island.

Submarine slopes that drop steeply on all sides of the island, especially on the east flank, where it descends to depths greater than 2000 m. The east flank of the volcano contains a submarine landslide.

A magnitude 6.6 earthquake occurred 8 km west of the volcano on 2nd May 2008.

Bobrof Volcano Eruptions

No recent eruptions.