Daily Archives: June 4, 2011

Volcanic chaos spreads- skies over Argentina turn to night

June 4, 2011 – SANTIAGO (Reuters) – A volcano dormant for decades erupted in south-central Chile Saturday, belching ash over 6 miles into the sky and prompting the government to evacuate several thousand residents, authorities said. Winds fanned the ash … Continue reading

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Chile’s Puyehue volcano explodes, unleashing massive ash cloud

June 4, 2011 – CHILE – A huge plume of smoke and ash from Puyehue volcano that is visible from Entre Lagos rises 10 km (6 miles) into the sky.  The neighbors of that community have spotted the onset of eruptive … Continue reading

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Quakes rattle Tagaytay City overlooking Taal volcano in the Philippines

June 4, 2011 – MANILA, Philippines – An earthquake struck Tagaytay City before dawn today, the second tremor detected by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) this week in the city famous for its overlooking view of the restive … Continue reading

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Turbulence in the southern hemisphere: earthquake swarm along the Nazca plate

  June 4, 2011 –ARGENTINA – An earthquake swarm has erupted around Neuquen, Argentina. 8 moderate magnitude earthquakes have struck the region in rapid succession: three 4.7 earthquakes, two 4.6 quakes, and two 4.8 earthquakes, and the strongest a 4.9 quake at 20 … Continue reading

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More heavy honeybee losses over the winter

June 4, 2011 – WASHINGTON – Honeybee colonies in the United States reduced in number by 30 percent over the 2010-2011 winter, according to a recently released annual survey conducted by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Apiary Inspectors … Continue reading

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Pre-Summer roast: Record high temperatures sizzle cities across the globe

June 4, 2011 – HOUSTON, Tx – Can you have a summer heat wave before summer even starts? Apparently so. It looks like Thursday’s record-breaking 100-degree heat was no anomaly (though Houston got a slight “cool down” with a high of … Continue reading

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Vietnam’s recent plague of mud volcanoes a by-product of tectontic plate movements

June 4, 2011 – Vietnam – Mud eruption was reported in Ninh Thuanin in February, worrying local residents. Some farmers in Loi Hai commune, Thuan Bac district, discovered five weird earth mounds on their fields. Mud erupted from these mounds. … Continue reading

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Children of Men: millions fewer girls born due to nuclear radiation?

June 4, 2011 – TOKYO – Nuclear radiation from bomb tests and power plant accidents causes slightly more boys than girls to be born, a new study suggests. While effects were seen to be regional for incidents on the ground, … Continue reading

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