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Message Subject LIVE "ELF/ULF" MONITORING OF EARTHQUAKE PRECURSOR SIGNALS ON GLP. QUAKE FORECAST UP TO 6HRS IN ADVANCE...(((Updated Daily))) By ELQ.
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hi Morning All!
Still seeing a lot of activity around Tanaga volcano
4.5
43km SE of Tanaga Volcano, Alaska
2012-09-27 07:16:10 51.653°N 177.636°W 35.7

take a look at the webicorders

[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]

[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]

[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]
this recorder is 14 miles from the base of the volcano and still picking up these readings

Here's a new one showing a lot of activity

[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]
Korovin Volcano is the highest point on Atka Island, in the Aleutian Islands chain, Alaska, USA. Korovin is a side vent to the main Atka shield volcano. However, Korovin is the highest point on the island
last eruption 2006
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

and another
[link to www.avo.alaska.edu]
Seismic station GAEA is 3.3 km (2.0 miles) from the summit of Mount Gareloi
Mount Gareloi, which makes up most of Gareloi Island, is a stratovolcano 10 km by 8 km in diameter at its base with two summits, separated by a narrow saddle. Two small glaciers extend northwest and southeast from the saddle. The northern, slightly higher peak is on the southern rim of a crater about 300 m across, which contains several active fumaroles. Thirteen younger craters, from 80 to 1600 m in diameter, are aligned along a south-southeast trending fissure that extends from strandline to the southern summit. These craters formed during a major explosive eruption in 1929 that also produced four blocky lava flows (unit Ql), and a blanket of grassy andesitic tuff that covers an area roughly 2.5 x 5 km on the volcano's southeast flank most recent activity 1996 [link to www.avo.alaska.edu]

[link to www.ndbc.noaa.gov]
buoy is still showing activity with graph that looks like a waterfall descending

We still have activity Denali fault area also

3.5
124km SSE of McGrath, Alaska

2012-09-27 10:41:15 61.984°N 154.418°W 36.4

2.5
112km W of Cantwell, Alaska
2012-09-27 08:04:29 63.355°N 151.197°W 10.6
 
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