Daily Archives: October 20, 2011

Deepest and most explosive underwater eruption ever seen happening near Samoa hotspot

October 20, 2011 – SAMOA – An underwater volcano bursting with glowing lava bubbles — the deepest active submarine eruption seen to date — is shedding light on how volcanism can impact deep-sea life and reshape the face of the … Continue reading

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Shallow 4.8 magnitude earthquake strikes south of San Antonio, Texas

October 20, 2011 – CAMPBELLTON, Texas – An earthquake centered in Campbellton, Texas shook the area early Thursday morning, which reportedly rattled homes and caused faint tremors in downtown San Antonio. Preliminary reports from the U.S. Geological Survey said the … Continue reading

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Magma Plume: Mauna Kea shaken by large swarm of earthquakes

October 20, 2011 – HAWAII – After yesterday’s post on the “swarm” at Rainier (which apparently rubbed a lot of people the wrong way), I was hesitant to post on the news coming from Mauna Kea right away, but if … Continue reading

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Scientists fear new super-volcano may be forming in Bolivia

  October 20, 2011 – BOLIVIA – Should anyone ever decide to make a show called “CSI: Geology,” a group of scientists studying a mysterious and rapidly inflating South American volcano have got the perfect storyline. Uturuncu is a nearly … Continue reading

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