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from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • MountKatmai A volcano, about 2,048 m (6,715 ft) high, in the Aleutian Range of southern Alaska at the eastern end of the Alaska Peninsula. It erupted cataclysmically in June 1912 creating the Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes.

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  • [3] BROOKS LODGE On the Brooks River in Katmai National Park, this is one of the most unbelievable places I've ever been to.

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  • The moral is clear my son, If you are not fast enough to outrun, Choose not to carry a big gun, Tent camping in Katmai you should shun.

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  • We went to a place called Katmai National Park in Alaska, a remote park that can only be reached by small four-seat MacGyver-style bush planes that land on the water.

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  • There is also a daring rescue mission of a sunken fishing boat called the Katmai with tragic results.

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  • Chief Financial Officer Jeff DeBell said the Katmai was the company's only ship.

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  • The Katmai is the fourth head-and-gut vessel to suffer catastrophe this decade, beginning with the 2001 sinking of the Arctic Rose in the Bering Sea, killing all

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  • No: 10), code-named 'Katmai' was released on August 2008

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  • About 21,000 gallons of oil remain in the Prince William Sound area, as well as lingering oil on the Kenai peninsula and Katmai coast, over 450 miles away, according to the report, and is dissipating at a rate of less than 4 percent a year.

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  • Coming over a hill in what is now Katmai National Park, he found a ghost town that remained after the collapse of the local herring industry.

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