Monthly Archives: April 2011

Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano unleashes violent explosion

April 30, 2011 – Banos, Ecuador — Tungurahua Volcano spews ash as high as 10km (33,000-feet) into the air, triggering residents to evacuate and officials to divert flights. Known as “Throat of Fire,” Tungurahua is one of eight active volcanoes … Continue reading

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Gulf of California rattled by second 5.0+ quake in three days

April 29, 2011 – SAN DEIGO, CA. – This is the second 5.0 + magnitude quake to strike the Gulf of California in three days. The first quake measured a 5.6 magnitude and occurred at a depth of 24 km. … Continue reading

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Vanuatu’s mysterious swarm: Six 5.0+ quakes in 24 hours

April 29, 2011 – VANUATU – Six earthquakes have struck Vanuatu in 24 hours. The unique submarine topography of the region puts it on the front-line for tectonic plate convulsion and potentially destructive tsunamis. The above 1999 map shows the … Continue reading

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Wildfires race across the country of Mexico – video

Here is some interesting news that I had no idea was going on , Mexico on fire -David  (c) NTN 24 News

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Geologists attempt to solve enigma why Colorado Plateau is rising

April 29, 2011 – COLORADO – A team of scientists led by Rice University has figured out why the Colorado Plateau — a 130,000-square-mile region that straddles Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico — is rising even while parts of … Continue reading

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NASA scientists study unusual earthquake swarm in Nevada

April 29, 2011 – RENO, NV. – For the past several weeks, a swarm of earthquakes has shaken the ground near Hawthorne, Nevada, according to a NASA statement. The small- and medium-sized earthquakes are concentrated near Buller Mountain, in an … Continue reading

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Two Russian volcanoes on Kamchatka spew ash

April 29, 2011 – KAMCHATKA – Two of Far East Russia’s most active volcanoes threatened aviation and wildlife during eruptions that spewed ash above the Kamchatka Peninsula. Ash from Shiveluch soared nearly five miles high near some key trans-Pacific aviation … Continue reading

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