Alaska is alive with volcanoes and there is activity the along Aleutian Island chain. Augustine Volcano is one of the most active, and forms the Augustine Island in southwestern Cook Inlet in the Kenai Peninsula Borough of southcentral coastal Alaska. This living volcano had an enormous eruption that lasted for months, spewing huge quantities of smoke and ash. The ash clouds could be seen for hundreds of miles and global air traffic was disrupted. This incredible display of the forces of nature went down in the history of Alaska.

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