Lost Jim Lava Flow

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The Lost Jim Lava Flow, located in the heart of the Seward Peninsula in Alaska, is a Holocene lava flow in the Bering Land Bridge National Preserve. The name originates from a member of a USGS research team who became separated from the rest of the group while mapping the lava flow in 1947. [1] The Lost Jim cone, its largest vent, is located at 65°29′19″N 163°17′49″W / 65.48861°N 163.29694°W / 65.48861; -163.29694.


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