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Shishaldin on orange alert

Shishaldn is on alert level orange ( April 16th 2014) and has been since January., which means it is on watch. Some puffs of smoke have been detected and there was a heat signature back in march. So i thought it worth a post so our readers can keep in eye on this beautiful volcano.…

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Wrangell Volcanic Field

The Wrangell Volcanic Field stretches from the Yukon Territory, Canada northwest into central Alaska. Total coverage of over 10,000 km2 from 12 major eruptive centers. Ages range from 26 MY to around 200,000 years ago, with the most recent activity being toward the western end of the field. There are a pair of volcanoes identified…

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Mount Dukono

Mount Dukono, (1° 41′ 0″ N, 127° 53′ 0″ E) I became interested in Mount Dukono after seeing several volcanic ash alerts for her from Darwin VAAC [7] while looking at alerts for Mount Sinabung. My internet searches, mostly Wikipedia, and earthquake graphing, led from Mount Dukono to a very lively tectonic setting. Mount Dukono…

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Redoubt – an introduction

Redoubt Volcano is a 10,200 foot (3,100 m) stratovolcano that sits around 110 mi (175 km) southwest from Anchorage. It is visible from South Anchorage. Closest inhabited towns to Redoubt are the Kenai – Soldotna – Nikiski area surrounding the mouth of the Kenai River, some 50 mi (80 km) east of the mountain across…

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Gunung Slamet, Mount Slamet

Gunung Slamet is the highest peak in Central Java and second highest in Java island and of course, as so many mountains in indonesia it is a strato volcano. One of the most active volcanoes of the island! Mount Slamet formed by the subduction of the Indo-Australian Plate under the Eurasian Plate in the south…