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Redoubt volcano begins rumbling again

 
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Redoubt volcano begins rumbling again
Redoubt volcano begins rumbling again

By ELIZABETH BLUEMINK
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Published: April 5th, 2010 12:03 PM
Last Modified: April 5th, 2010 12:04 PM

The Alaska Volcano Observatory raised the alert level for Cook Inlet's Redoubt volcano to yellow after a series of small, repetitive earthquakes early this morning near the summit.

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Re: Redoubt volcano begins rumbling again
How cool is that name-Liz Bluemink
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How cool is that name-Liz Bluemink
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Good catch...I missed that...

Must be a local....


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How cool is that name-Liz Bluemink



Good catch...I missed that...

Must be a local....


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here she is, in all her glory

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The alert level for Cook Inlet's Redoubt volcano was raised to yellow after a series of small, repetitive earthquakes early today near the summit, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said. The earthquakes may be a harbinger of "renewed eruptive activity" at Redoubt, but it's unclear if the volcano will erupt or if its lava dome is at risk of collapse, the observatory said. Similar small earthquakes were recorded near the volcano in December, but they subsided and there was no eruption, said Rick Wessels, a geophysicist at the observatory.


The observatory said Monday's series of earthquakes near Redoubt's summit began at about 1:44 a.m. and continued into the afternoon. Redoubt, on the west side of Cook Inlet, 106 miles southwest of Anchorage, has erupted several times since the 1960s. Its last major eruption was spring 2009. That eruption caused a mudflow that partially flooded the Drift River Oil Terminal near the base of the 10,197-foot volcano.


The volcanic eruptions also caused flight disruptions then -- hundreds of flights diverted from Anchorage over concerns that an ash cloud could damage airplane engines. Monday's yellow alert means that Redoubt is being closely monitored for a possible increase in activity. The volcano observatory is a joint program of the U.S. Geological Survey, the University of Alaska Fairbanks and Alaska state agencies.
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Re: Redoubt volcano begins rumbling again
REDOUBT - ALASKA
Update
As of the 9th of April, the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reported
that the small earthquake swarm at Redoubt Volcano continues at about
the same rate as yesterday (about 6-8 earthquakes every 10 minutes).

Clear webcam views of Redoubt this morning show the snow-covered lava dome with typical vigourous steam and gas plumes issuing from the south side of the dome.
An AVO observation and gas flight is en route to
the volcano. The Aviation Colour Code remains YELLOW and the Volcano Alert Level remains ADVISORY.

Redoubt is a 3108-m-high glacier-covered stratovolcano with a breached summit crater in Lake Clark National Park about 170 km SW of Anchorage.
Next to Mount Spurr, Redoubt has been the most active Holocene volcano in the upper Cook Inlet.

Webcams ...best seen during
daylight hours for Alaska volcanoes
[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]

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