Zheltovsky Volcano
GVP Number  300040
IAVCEI Number  1000-04-
Location  51°34'36" N, 157°19'42" E
Last Eruption 1923/2/11 - 1923/4
Elevation 1923 m
Location
The volcano is located in the Southern volcanic belt of Kamchatka, about 16 km northeast of Kurilskoye Lake.
Form and structure
Zheltovsky is a twinned stratovolcano with a somma and an extrusive dome at the summit. The lover part of the structure is mainly of lavas, the upper part of alternating lavas and pyroclastics in equal proportions.
Composition
From basalts to rhyolites
Age
Upper Pleistocene – Holocene
Links
Aviation color code
GREEN
Last VONA/KVERT Releases
Hazard synopsis
Principal hazards include phreatic explosions, ash clouds, ash falls, pyroclastic flows, lava flows and lahars.

Ash falls possible at:

Ozernovskiy (57 km to the west from the volcano)
Pauzhetka (35 km to the west)
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (185 km to the northeast)
Monitoring status
satellite
Eruptions
1923/2/11 – 1923/4  
1823 (?)  

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