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Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert

 
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Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert
Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert due to an increase in seismic activity for three weeks,

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Re: Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert
Is that what this is all about? Are these gargantuan earthquakes leading up to a volcanic eruption?

Wow.
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Re: Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert
I actually wondered that myself yesterday. Very interesting.
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Re: Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert
Remember - this is a CALDERA!

Thread: Chaiten is a CALDERA volcano
"What The HELL Is Going On?..."

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Re: Santiago, Chile (CNN) -- Chile's Chaiten volcano has been placed under red alert
Actually it makes a lot of sense.

That earthquake had to generate LOTS of heat when all those rocks slid past one another ... and the heat is going to go somewhere. Providing extra heating for a volcanic plume would seem reasonable.

Of course not every earthquake is going to have an impact on volcanic activity ... but get a big enough one that is located "nearby" and it could.

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