Zhupanovsky, compound volcano, 9,705 ft (2,958 m), on the Kamchatka peninsula, Kamchatka Territory, Russia, c.40 mi (65 km) N of Petropavlovsk. Zhupanovsky consists of four stratovolcanoes along a ridge running WNW. Historic eruptions have been moderate, and Zhupanovsky had been quiet for more than five decades before it erupted in 2013 and 2014–15.

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