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Achack seemed Canada next at Volcanoe and Iskut-Unuk 2 days

 
Anonymous Coward
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Achack seemed Canada next at Volcanoe and Iskut-Unuk 2 days
Take wach in Canada it has mutch steam with ash
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Pic? Link? Perhaps a map please?
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still not open at news but forword would be to late
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11/05/2012 10:42 PM

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Does anyone speak Canadian that can translate the OP's post?
"The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of miseries. "

Winston Churchill
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11/05/2012 10:43 PM

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Bud, I'm trying here, but none of it is making any sense to me either. I have checked the full listing of Canadian volcanoes, and none come close to the OP's suggested name.
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11/05/2012 10:57 PM
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Impact

The most recent volcanic eruption in Canada took place about 150 years ago on the border between British Columbia and the Alaskan Panhandle. The small volcano, Lava Forks, erupted in fire-fountaining and lava flows that filled the valley leading away from the volcano. This eruption had a huge impact on the fish, plant and animal inhabitants of the valley, but there is no record of its impact on humans, nor that it was even witnessed by humans.

The 1775 eruption of Tseax volcano, a bit farther south, was different: it had a devastating impact on the Nisga’a people. It killed more than 2000 inhabitants and destroyed two villages, the best salmon spawning streams and significant hunting and berry-picking areas. In today’s dollars, the losses would have been in the millions.

Although usually less deadly than lava flows, ash (pulverised volcanic rock) spread by upper atmosphere winds from the volcano can have a huge impact. Modern eruptions, such as the May 18, 1980 eruption of Mount St. Helens, demonstrate how devastating ash can be. The ash permeates everything over a broad area, leading to widespread devastation. Ash fall from an eruption on the Alaska–Yukon boundary (Mount Churchill) 1900 years ago is thought to have led to the migration of the First Nations people living in the area. More than 300 000 square kilometres of the region were buried under ash ranging in thickness from a few millimetres to tens of centimetres. The ‘snow that didn’t melt’ affected vegetation and animals, creating deprivation and death by starvation.

Although no economic figures exist for the Tseax or Churchill eruptions, if such events were to occur today they would cause millions of dollars in damage. An explosive eruption like Mount Churchill would impact much of western Canada and have far-reaching consequences for the Canadian economy.

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More info on the Tseax (ksi sii aks) Volcano in British Columbia Canada:

[link to www.wordaz.com]
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More info on the Tseax (ksi sii aks) Volcano in British Columbia Canada:

[link to www.wordaz.com]
 Quoting: CanuckChick 25434424


Thanks. Could not get link to work however. Nor am I sure that is the volcano OP is discussing.

This information could be quite pertinent as it is not unheard of to have volcanoes erupt in the area of large EQs.
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11/05/2012 11:08 PM
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Here is info on the OP's village of Iskut in BC Canada:

Iskut, British Columbia


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Iskut











Iskut

Location of Iskut in British Columbia


Coordinates: 57°50′00″N 129°59′00″WCoordinates:


57°50′00″N 129°59′00″W


Country

Canada



Province

British Columbia



Area code(s)

250, 778


Iskut is a small, mostly aboriginal community in the Stikine Country of northwestern British Columbia. It is located on Highway 37, at the north end of Eddontenajon Lake just south of Dease Lake and the crossing of the Stikine River. The community of Eddontenajon used to be located nearby.





Contents
[hide] 1 Community
2 Location
3 Recreation
4 Coal-bed methane conflict
5 References


[edit] Community

Iskut is the home of the Iskut First Nation, a group of the Tahltan people, which also includes the communities of Dease Lake and Telegraph Creek. Two bands comprise the Tahltan Nation, the Iskut First Nation and the Tahltan First Nation or Tahltan Indian Band.[1] Iskut Indian Reserve No. 6 and Kluachon Lake Indian Reserve No. 1 are the two formal Indian Reserves in the vicinity.[2][3]

Klappan Independent Day School, the Iskut First Nation Band Office and the Iskut Valley Health Services building are the primary public service amenities. Shopping and gas can be purchased at Kluachon Center.

[edit] Location

Iskut is located at the 407 km mark on Highway 37 and is approximately 6–7 hours from both Terrace and Smithers.

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Coal-bed methane conflict

Main article: Klappan Coalbed Methane Project

Iskut is presently well known for the protracted disagreement over the use of the area for resource extraction. The rapid expansion of mining throughout the area has given rise to much controversy over the level of consultation given to local First Nations' people. Of particular public interest has been Royal Dutch Shell's plans for coalbed methane extraction on the Klappan Plateau, the Tahltan people's traditional hunting and trapping territory. Klappan has been named the Sacred Headwaters because it forms the headwaters of several significant salmon rivers, including the Skeena, Spatsizi and Stikine Rivers. The Spatsizi Plateau region has occasionally called the "Serengeti of the North" due to the diversity and number of different species that call the area home.[citation needed] The controversy over the Sacred Headwaters is also further complicated by the different levels of Tahltan government. The Tahltan Central Council (TCC) speaks for the entire Tahltan First Nation but between the three significant communities, some people feel that TCC does not fairly represent the feelings of all communities equally. At the forefront of the battle over the Sacred Headwaters is a group of Iskut First Nation members called the Klabona Keepers.

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11/05/2012 11:13 PM
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Link:
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]

Country: Canada
Subregion Name: Canada
Volcano Number: 1200-09-
Volcano Type: Cinder cones
Volcano Status: Radiocarbon
Last Known Eruption: 1800 (?)
Summit Elevation: 1880 m 6,168 feet
Latitude: 56.58°N * 56°35'0"N
Longitude: 130.55°W 130°33'0"W

Eight small basaltic centers at the southern end of the Stikine volcanic belt near the Alaska border comprise the Iskut-Unuk River Cone Group, one of the youngest volcanic centers in Canada. Lava flows date back 70,000 years, but the subaerial vents produced cinder cones and lava flows that were probably all active between about 9000 and a few hundred years ago. Five of the centers produced lava flows that traveled up to about 20 km down the Iskut and Unuk River valleys and their tributaries. The three remaining centers are products of ice-contact volcanism that formed pillow lava, hyaloclastite breccias, and scoria. The Iskut-Unuk flows are similar in mineralogy and contain abundant crustal xenoliths. Vents in the Iskut River Canyon area produced at least 10 lava flows and the Lava Fork vents at least three, the latest of which erupted within the past few hundred years.
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11/05/2012 11:16 PM

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Yes. Just found this myself. Slightly different link.

[link to www.volcano.si.edu]


Now what do we do with this information?
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curiouslyinterested

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11/05/2012 11:33 PM

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OP. Any further news or information?
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11/05/2012 11:47 PM
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The Iskut are members of
the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations which, in turn, is a member of the Assembly of First Nations


[link to www.bcafn.ca]

Contact info:

BC Assembly of First Nations
Suite 507 - 100 Park Royal South
West Vancouver, BC
V7T 1A2
Telephone: 604-922-7733
Facsimile: 604-922-7433


Regional Chief Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas) regionalchief@bcafn.ca
Director of Operations
Courtney Daws
courtney.daws@bcafn.ca

******************************************

Contact info for the AFN is:

Assembly of First Nations

Trebla Building
473 Albert Street
Suite 900
Ottawa, ON K1R 5B4

Telephone: 613-241-6789
Toll-Free: 1-866-869-6789
Fax: 613-241-5808

Website: www.afn.ca


I happen to be (temporarily) in Ottawa now and I will telephone the AFN office tomorrow and ask if someone can establish communications with the Iskut Nation and find out if the community near the Iskut-Unuk volcano is in need of any assistance.
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OP is a real Alien.
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11/05/2012 11:53 PM
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ok wtf who what when where?

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The Iskut are members of
the British Columbia Assembly of First Nations which, in turn, is a member of the Assembly of First Nations


[link to www.bcafn.ca]

Contact info:

BC Assembly of First Nations
Suite 507 - 100 Park Royal South
West Vancouver, BC
V7T 1A2
Telephone: 604-922-7733
Facsimile: 604-922-7433


Regional Chief Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas) regionalchief@bcafn.ca
Director of Operations
Courtney Daws
courtney.daws@bcafn.ca

******************************************

Contact info for the AFN is:

Assembly of First Nations

Trebla Building
473 Albert Street
Suite 900
Ottawa, ON K1R 5B4

Telephone: 613-241-6789
Toll-Free: 1-866-869-6789
Fax: 613-241-5808

Website: www.afn.ca


I happen to be (temporarily) in Ottawa now and I will telephone the AFN office tomorrow and ask if someone can establish communications with the Iskut Nation and find out if the community near the Iskut-Unuk volcano is in need of any assistance.
 Quoting: Concerned Canadian 25434424


That is excellent news and you are to be praised. I am sure the Iskut people will appreciate your efforts.
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11/06/2012 12:08 AM
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Does anyone speak Canadian that can translate the OP's post?
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That's not Canadian.

Last Edited by Redpaw360 on 11/06/2012 12:12 AM
Oregon Constitution Article I, Section 27

The people shall have the right to bear arms for the defence of themselves, and the State, but the Military shall be kept in strict subordination to the civil power.
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11/06/2012 12:26 AM
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Have reported this as a potential volcanic eruption and possibly a plea for assistance by someone (the OP)from the First Nation communities in and near Inuk-Unuk to CBC-RadioCanada's Vancouver newsroom. They will check it out...
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11/06/2012 12:29 AM
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What is this?
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11/06/2012 12:36 AM
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Re: Achack seemed Canada next at Volcanoe and Iskut-Unuk 2 days
There are a number of dormant volcanoes located in the vicinity of the Stiknine/Iskut/Unuk watersheds in northern BC, mid southwest of the Yukon/BC border.

OP is telling us that much steam has been observed escaping from the volcanoes over the last 48 hours.

Not sure what OP first language is, from the syntax maybe Inuktitut ?
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11/06/2012 12:44 AM
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[link to www.earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca]

Holy Shit. OP might be onto something.
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[link to www.earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca]

Holy Shit. OP might be onto something.
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What does this mean? I have never seen this
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11/06/2012 01:16 AM
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This thread title is intriguing. Coded and/or misspelled...

Could Achack = ash attack, attack, AC Hack, Eruption, Earthquake. Maybe one of these in the local lingo of Tahltan?

Could Volcano be referencing an actual name of a volcano called The Volcano (56.42N 130.85W) in BC's Northern Cordilleran volcanic range?

The Volcano is part of the Iskut-Unuk River Cones ("a group of eight small basaltic centres)"?

The Volcano is about 100 miles SSW of Iskut village (Kitimat-Stikine, 57.85N 129.98W).

The last lava flows were erupted from The Volcano about 150 years ago.


List of Northern Cordilleran volcanoes
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
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11/06/2012 01:18 AM
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There was an almost 6 pointer earthquake in the Yukon today also. Will be bringing this to light here locally. Wake em up. Thanks for the post.
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More info on the Tseax (ksi sii aks) Volcano in British Columbia Canada:

[link to www.wordaz.com]
 Quoting: CanuckChick 25434424


Thanks. Could not get link to work however. Nor am I sure that is the volcano OP is discussing.

This information could be quite pertinent as it is not unheard of to have volcanoes erupt in the area of large EQs.
 Quoting: curiouslyinterested


This could be big. There are lots of volcano's up and down that coast. Some dormant and not listed either. Pacific Rim Park has a super volcano. There is also a little known one in Hundred Mile. Things are picking up fast. Go watch the video at Extincton Protocol posted today talking about the speed at which things are happening.
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Does anyone speak Canadian that can translate the OP's post?
 Quoting: Vold3mort


That's not Canadian.
 Quoting: Redpaw360


Yes it is.
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Take wach in Canada it has mutch steam with ash
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The thread that is related to the OP's report of the steaming volcanoes with ash has been pinned.

Here is the thread link:

Thread: Northern BC, Canada Volcanoes About to Blow, Local Report, Seismogram Confirms ?

Last Edited by Biochemky on 11/06/2012 01:26 AM
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More info on the Tseax (ksi sii aks) Volcano in British Columbia Canada:

[link to www.wordaz.com]
 Quoting: CanuckChick 25434424


Thanks. Could not get link to work however. Nor am I sure that is the volcano OP is discussing.

This information could be quite pertinent as it is not unheard of to have volcanoes erupt in the area of large EQs.
 Quoting: curiouslyinterested


This could be big. There are lots of volcano's up and down that coast. Some dormant and not listed either. Pacific Rim Park has a super volcano. There is also a little known one in Hundred Mile. Things are picking up fast. Go watch the video at Extincton Protocol posted today talking about the speed at which things are happening.
 Quoting: TrinityMountain


This must get pinned.

Which one was it?
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Thankyou concerned Canadian Citizen for everything your doing. Thats the spirit our nation was founded on.hf
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bumphidinghidinghidinghidinghidingbump
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Pic of The Volcano

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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