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Taum Sauk Caldera/Midwest Volcanos | NMFZ/WVFZ/Midwest Seismic Zones

 
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Recently there was a video that has gone viral of "plumes" coming from the Midwest.

Thread: 3/5/2012 -- ENTIRE SOUTH and MIDWEST ! Steaming Plume event = be alert and aware

That caused me great concern because my family and I live in the region.

So I started to investigate this event.

First I went to the source and got my own video so I could examine the region and get a fixed position:




It was mentioned that these plumes were "controlled burns", which I had a hard time believing because of the high winds we had been having.
But, if this were true, this would be a BIG event!

So next I checked in Missouri where this location was, since it appears to be about 40 miles from where I live. Sure enough, there was a planned controlled burn: [link to maps.google.com]

I didn't need to do any further research.

But in the meantime it did peak my curiosity about volcanos in my area. I know that this region is geographically unique because of the presence of Precambrian artifacts. The one thing I did not know that my research turned up, was the fact that the highest peak in the state of Missouri is an old dormant volcano!

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Taum Sauk Caldera

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I've lived in Missouri my whole life, and visited Taum Sauk many times as a kid.....I did not know this!
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In doing more research to dispel the plume theory, I looked at all the sesimo data from that and surrounding areas.

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

[link to earthquake.usgs.gov]

At that time, I verified that there were no harmonic tremors.
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I've lived in Missouri my whole life, and visited Taum Sauk many times as a kid.....I did not know this!
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag

I know, pretty interesting! I think this area is in for some major changes.

I have some more stuff ... will take a bit to post it all. hf
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I've lived in Missouri my whole life, and visited Taum Sauk many times as a kid.....I did not know this!
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag

I know, pretty interesting! I think this area is in for some major changes.

I have some more stuff ... will take a bit to post it all. hf
 Quoting: The 6th Sun

Please do! I just read that geologists believe that Taum Sauk is one of the few areas in the entire US that has never been submerged, (ie., in ancient seas). Blows me away.
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But the fact that there were no harmonic tremors present at this time only made the "plume" theory die, not the fact that there still lay dormant volcanoes, within two, possibly three seismic zone.

This is what I want to address, in this ongoing thread. Because I believe, that in my fifteen years of investigating this area, that I have seen harmonic tremors occur in seismic events.

Harmonic tremor

Harmonic tremor describes a long-duration release of seismic energy, with distinct spectral (harmonic) lines, that often precedes or accompanies a volcanic eruption. More generally, a volcanic tremor is a sustained signal that may or may not possess these harmonic spectral features.

A harmonic tremor is a sustained release of seismic and/or infrasonic energy typically associated with the underground movement of magma and/or venting of volcanic gases from magma. Being a long-duration continuous signal from a temporally extended source, a volcanic tremor contrasts distinctly with transient sources of seismic radiation, such as tremors that are typically associated with earthquake and explosion.

For more info, see the work of Bernard Chouet, a USGS volcanologist who was working at the United States Geological Survey and who first observed a relation between long-period events and an imminent eruption.


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Please do! I just read that geologists believe that Taum Sauk is one of the few areas in the entire US that has never been submerged, (ie., in ancient seas). Blows me away.
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


Yeah, it is not just Taum Sauk, it is the St. Francois Mountain range ... this is some cool stuff!

St. Francois Mountains

The St. Francois Mountains in southeast Missouri are a range of Precambrian igneous mountains rising over the Ozark Plateau. This range is one of the oldest exposures of igneous rock in North America. The name of the range is spelled out as Saint Francois Mountains in official GNIS sources,[1] but it is sometimes misspelled in use as St. Francis Mountains to match the anglicized pronunciation of both the range and St. Francois County.

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For about the last year or so, since the Sun has started to become really active, I have been monitoring the local NMFZ seismo.

These areas are of concern:
NewMadrid3

They present harmonic tremors just about every time the magnetosphere is taking on pressure.
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I think the reason that these seismos show the harmonic tremors more than others is:

1. There location to the fault
2. When the Mississippi river changed directions, this was the area, see the loop in the river? So this area is known to have weak structure.

Today the magnetosphere is showing activity, check out the Bz: [link to www2.nict.go.jp]

Now check out these locations:

Kewanee, MO: [link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

Marston, MO
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

Matthews, MO
[link to folkworm.ceri.memphis.edu]

THIS^ looks like magma movement to me ...
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And for further edification:

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Ok, now what does that have to do with Taum Sauk?

I think it is all connected. But I am still trying to connects and am calling on the GLP Think Tank! hf

I am thinking that Taum Sauk has an active magma chamber that is flowing to the areas I mentioned.

We visited the Caldera this weekend to look for any active signs. There were none, but an abandoned surreal area, as the completion of the new hydro dam has now been completed.

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I remember learning in school that the rock formations at Johnson Shut-Ins were made up of settled volcanic ash....anything to do with Taum Sauk?
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I remember learning in school that the rock formations at Johnson Shut-Ins were made up of settled volcanic ash....anything to do with Taum Sauk?
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


That is what I am trying to figure out! =)
hf

Unfortunately, it makes total sense, from a geological aspect, IMHO.
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Missouri's Mountains: Then and Now

Proud as I was of the terrain of our Ozarks as I was growing up, I could never write a paper on its geology because I couldn't find more than a few sentences of information. In this article I meant to give you a complete picture of the St. Francois Mountain Area as far as its geology, its exciting natural features, its native plants and animals and the quality of its ecosystems. But I'm thrilled to say I found the formation of its rocks too interesting. Descriptions of its newer biological features will have to be written later.

Six million tons of granite were removed to level Proffit Mountain when Taum Sauk Reservoir was built. While the St. Francois Mountains have persisted for millions of years, we have the tools to rip them apart and destroy them. Destroy enough of these outcroppings, rip them apart or cover them with concrete and we will have destroyed the pieces so that future geologists and future Missourians can learn no more than we know now.

The Precambrian granite rock that underlies the St. Francois Mountains and possibly all of Missouri can actually be seen at Elephant Rocks State Park. The granite was formed when it crystallized from molten magma below the surface of the earth more than 1.246 billion years ago. Vertical fractures formed when the stone cooled and the formation fractured more as it was uplifted. Erosion exposed the granite and the fracture joints expanded. It took eons to produce the boulders we now see. Although granite abounds at Elephant Rocks, the only known granite shut-ins is at Castor River Shut-Ins Natural Area.

Most Precambrian rocks are overlaid with rock systems of more recent origin which is why the St. Francois Mountains are so unusual. These exposed rocks were formed long before dinosaurs, primitive amphibians, trees, or trilobites. Although the Precambrian period makes up about seven-eighths of the earth's history, we have only learned the history of Missouri volcanic rocks in the last four or five decades.

Our St. Francois Mountains are the result of ancient volcanic and intrusive activity which occurred in some places over 1.4 billion years ago. When the Appalachians started forming 460 million years ago, the St. Francois range was twice as old as the Appalachians are today. The Rockies with their grand 14,000 footers started forming about 70 million years ago. Taum Sauk Mountain and its neighboring knobs are among only a few areas in the U.S. that were volcanic islands in the Paleozoic Era seas and were never submerged as the area of the Ozarks was. Our mountain knobs are so old and worn they've been called roots of mountains.

Missouri has 5 different landform regions or provinces as they are called by geologists. One of these provinces is the St. Francois Mountains and another is the Ozarks. The vertical elevations or mountains in the Ozarks are eroded from a dissected plateau of sedimentary layers of limestones, sandstones, and shales that had been deposited by the seas. This is according to Unklesbay and Vineyard.

In an article for Missouri Resources in Spring, 2002 written by Mike Currier, he described a Precambrian landscape of explosive volcanoes and calderas. A caldera is formed when a huge volcano collapses into itself. Thus a large craterlike valley is created. This is the terrane which is often visible in the St. Francois Mountains. [link to missouri.sierraclub.org]
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I remember learning in school that the rock formations at Johnson Shut-Ins were made up of settled volcanic ash....anything to do with Taum Sauk?
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


That is what I am trying to figure out! =)
hf

Unfortunately, it makes total sense, from a geological aspect, IMHO.
 Quoting: The 6th Sun


Yeah.....we were told that volcanic ash floated across the world to land and settle here......Now that I understand that Taum Sauk is a caldera, that must have been hooey...

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6 sun, I have to go to town for a few hours, but wanted to ask you if you have checked the MO Oil & Gas site to see what drilling and fracking they are doing there.
I am in N Central AR near the Ozark Folk Center seismic station and have been monitering the area as well. Looks like they are in your area, especially after the eminent domain of that levee blow they did.
Just curious to see if you have looked at the oil & gas issues.......
Fracking destablizes everything underground. If they are actively drilling when a solar storm hits, then those pipes are put under extreme pressures from differing directions. The pipes are probably not rated to withstand some of that action....
I have noticed in the last year down in AR whenever there are solar affects added to the mix, more dangerous explosions can happen, and do happen. You can tell by looking at the graphs.
Insanely, they do not stop drilling for solar events.....

I'll check back in a few hours. Hope you can find the Oil & gas site and do some research.
From a superificial search by me, it looks like TN and KY are also being drilled and fracked, the whole tri-state area.

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Yeah.....we were told that volcanic ash floated across the world to land and settle here......Now that I understand that Taum Sauk is a caldera, that must have been hooey...
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


Yikes! Who told you that?
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6 sun, I have to go to town for a few hours, but wanted to ask you if you have checked the MO Oil & Gas site to see what drilling and fracking they are doing there.
I am in N Central AR near the Ozark Folk Center seismic station and have been monitering the area as well. Looks like they are in your area, especially after the eminent domain of that levee blow they did.
Just curious to see if you have looked at the oil & gas issues.......
Fracking destablizes everything underground. If they are actively drilling when a solar storm hits, then those pipes are put under extreme pressures from differing directions. The pipes are probably not rated to withstand some of that action....
I have noticed in the last year down in AR whenever there are solar affects added to the mix, more dangerous explosions can happen, and do happen. You can tell by looking at the graphs.
Insanely, they do not stop drilling for solar events.....

I'll check back in a few hours. Hope you can find the Oil & gas site and do some research.
From a superificial search by me, it looks like TN and KY are also being drilled and fracked, the whole tri-state area.

peace
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They are not fracking in SE Missouri, but I do believe that fracking has some responsibility in the instability of the earths crust, for gods sake, how could it not?

Between man and nature we will surly do ourselves in ...
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Yeah.....we were told that volcanic ash floated across the world to land and settle here......Now that I understand that Taum Sauk is a caldera, that must have been hooey...
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


Yikes! Who told you that?
 Quoting: The 6th Sun


7th or 8th grade teachers at my little parochial school. I remember it well because I was very impressed by the idea at the time.

EDIT: The issue had come up because of the eruption at Mt. St. Helen.

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Yeah.....we were told that volcanic ash floated across the world to land and settle here......Now that I understand that Taum Sauk is a caldera, that must have been hooey...
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


Yikes! Who told you that?
 Quoting: The 6th Sun


7th or 8th grade teachers at my little parochial school. I remember it well because I was very impressed by the idea at the time.

EDIT: The issue had come up because of the eruption at Mt. St. Helen.
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


LOL! It figures ... sorry. hf
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Yeah.....we were told that volcanic ash floated across the world to land and settle here......Now that I understand that Taum Sauk is a caldera, that must have been hooey...
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


Yikes! Who told you that?
 Quoting: The 6th Sun


7th or 8th grade teachers at my little parochial school. I remember it well because I was very impressed by the idea at the time.

EDIT: The issue had come up because of the eruption at Mt. St. Helen.
 Quoting: Dried Up Hag


LOL! It figures ... sorry. hf
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Yeah - no kidding.....:)
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If I may ask, though....and pardon my ignorance....what is the purpose of a "prescribed" or "controlled" burn?
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If I may ask, though....and pardon my ignorance....what is the purpose of a "prescribed" or "controlled" burn?
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To prune the forest of all the dead trees. We have had some tornados in the last few seasons that have left a swath of dead trees. In the summertime they can catch fire and then there is a bigger problem. By burning them in the low fire season, they feel they have better odds of controlling the fire.

That is why I was so concerned, because we have been having high winds ... a burn did not make sense. But it is confirmed.
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Gotcha - thanks!
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Hot Springs, Arkansas

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Natural springs

The city takes its name from the natural thermal water that flows from 47 springs on the western slope of Hot Springs Mountain in the historic downtown district of the city. About a million gallons of 143-degree water flow from the springs each day. The rate of flow is not affected by fluctuations in the rainfall in the area. Studies by National Park Service scientists have determined through carbon dating that the water that reaches the surface in Hot Springs fell as rainfall in an as-yet undetermined watershed 4,000 years earlier. The water percolates very slowly down through the earth’s surface until it reaches superheated areas deep in the crust and then rushes rapidly to the surface to emerge from the 47 hot springs.

A small channel of hot spring water known as Hot Springs Creek runs under ground from an area near Park Avenue to Bath House Row.

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