Daily Archives: March 6, 2011

New scientific study finds dormant volcanoes can awaken in months

 March 6, 2011 – PHILIPPINES – Until now it was thought that once a volcano’s magma chamber had cooled down it remained dormant for centuries before it could be remobilized by fresh magma. A theoretical model developed by Alain Burgisser … Continue reading

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Seismic activity increases again at Iceland’s Krýsuvík volcano

  March 6, 2011 – ICELAND – It appears that Krýsuvík volcano earthquake activity is increasing again. This time around it appears that the earthquake activity in Krýsuvík volcano has moved more to the west then last weeks earthquake activity. … Continue reading

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Hawaii: A look at the new fissure eruptions near Pu`u `O`o and Napau Crater

March 6, 2011 – HAWAII – The geologists with the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory have released a first look at the new fissure eruption that just started today between Pu`u `O`o and Napau Crater. According to geologists, the first portion … Continue reading

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Tectonic plates stressed across the planet – awaiting a trigger?

     Above– Chile (left) and massive seismic wave under Antarctica (right). Tectonic plate stresses are building across the globe. Earth has been reeling under an accelerated solar wind stream that has been blasting the planet and sheering the magnetosphere for … Continue reading

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