Popov ( born Popof , Aleut. Siitikdax̂  ) is one of the islands of the Shumaginsky group south of the Alaska Peninsula. Included in the state of Alaska , USA . The Russian hydrograph Mikhail Tebenkov officially marked on the map for the first time in 1852  .
|English Popof , Aleut. Siitikdax̂|
|Highest point||472 m|
|Population||952 people (2000)|
|Population density||10.17 people / km²|
|Water area||Pacific Ocean|
The area of the island is 93.651 km². The peak elevation is 472 meters.
The population of the island according to the 2000 census was 952 people, all of it is concentrated in the only settlement - the town of Sand Point .
- Bergsland, K Aleut Dictionary Fairbanks: Alaska Native Language Center, 1994
- United States Geographic Names Information System: Popof Island