Daily Archives: April 11, 2011

Triple 6.0+ magnitude earthquakes slam Japan

Twin 6 magnitude quakes have struck off the east coast of  and in eastern Japan on the one month anniversary of the March 11, 9.0 magnitude quake. This region is extremely dangerous and continues to exhibit signs of instability. The … Continue reading

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Yellowstone volcanic plume much larger than previously thought

April 4, 2011 – MONTANA – Yellowstone National Park hosts a variety of hot springs and geysers, all powered by a plume of molten rock under its surface. At times in the past, that plume has powered activity that was … Continue reading

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New eruptions reported at Etna volcano in Italy

April 11, 2011 – SICILY – Etna has sprung back to life as April opens, with new eruptions from the Southeast Crater Cone. Friday and Saturday (April 8-9), the Italian volcano produced some ash and a 3-km lava flow, but … Continue reading

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California-Nevada fault map featuring Long Valley super-volcano caldera

The Nevada quake swarm is pictured on a California-Nevada map by the USGS with the Long Valley super-volcano caldera at Mammoth Lakes pictured near the lower center. As can be seen from the map, the Nevada quakes are not erupting … Continue reading

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Earthquake swarm rattles Nevada- 8 earthquakes in 2 hours

  April 11, 2011 – LAS VEGAS, Nv. – Eight earthquakes have erupted along the border of Nevada and California. The strongest quake in the Nevada swarm has been a 4.2 registering at a depth of 13 km. This is the 10th … Continue reading

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