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Federal investigation started on mysterious deaths of bottlenose dolphins at Indian River Lagoon, Florida - US

'On July 24, 2013 NOAA declared the mass die-off of bottlenose dolphins in Florida's Indian River Lagoon an "Unusual Mortality Event" - UME. This declaration will send federal resources and scientists to help teams already on the ground.
Indian River Lagoon suffered this year the worst bottlenose dolphin die-off on record. At least 54 of them mysteriously died since January and investigation so far showed both sexes and all ages are affected. All of them are thin and bony. (It is estimated that between 200 - 800 such dolphins live in the lagoon.)
The lagoon is troubled ecosystem and had numerous die-offs so far but scientists don't know if they are linked. Multiple investigations are ongoing...'


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Dolphin deaths increase to 160 in Virginia

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - The number of mysterious dolphin deaths has increased to more than 160.

Media outlets report additional dolphins were found along Virginia's coast on Monday. That put the deaths in August at more than 70 -- more than the annual average...'


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U.S. Dolphin Deaths Rise to 300; Cause Still a Mystery

'The spike in bottlenose dolphin deaths this summer is showing no signs of stopping: Nearly 300 of the marine mammals have died along the East Coast as of August 20, according to the federal government. (Related: "Why Are Dolphins Dying on East Coast? Experts Alarmed." [link to news.nationalgeographic.com] )

The high death toll, covering an area that stretches from New York to Virginia, has been labeled an "unusual mortality event," and the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has experts scrambling to figure out what's going on.

Based on the rapid increase in dead bodies washing ashore, and the broad geographic reach, "an infectious pathogen is at the top of the list of potential causes," according to NOAA's website.

"We realize that people are very concerned and anxious to learn what we know about the dolphin deaths that have been occurring along the mid-Atlantic coast over the past few weeks," Maggie Mooney-Seus, a spokesperson for NOAA Fisheries, told National Geographic by email.

Experts have collected quite a bit of information from various animals' blood and tissue samples, which they're testing for a variety of toxins, biotoxins, bacteria, fungi, and viruses, she said.

Several of the dead dolphins have tested positive for morbillivirus, a measles-like, airborne virus that's often fatal in dolphins. A morbillivirus epidemic hit East Coast bottlenose dolphins in 1987 and 1988, wiping out at least 900 animals and striking a major blow to that population of migratory mammals. However, there's no definitive cause yet, and some of the tests take weeks to complete, Mooney-Seus noted.

"We share the public's desire to get answers to what is causing this and are working as quickly as we can to get those answers."'


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Marine Biologist: Hundreds Of Dolphins Could Be Dying From Measles-Like Virus

'So far this summer, there have been about 230 dolphin deaths along the East Coast, prompting the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to declare an unusual mortality event. That clears the way for an intensive scientific inquiry into what is causing the deaths.

No definitive conclusions have been reached, but many suspect the morbilli virus. The naturally occurring virus was ultimately blamed for the last major dolphin die-off, in 1987, when 740 dolphins died.

Marine biologist Kim Durham told CBS News that this type of virus resembles measles.

“When we were doing examinations, we would find they were very skinny animals,” Durham said. “They were compromised animals. Some of them had skin lesions — they were just very sick individuals.”

Durham added that the dolphins could be spreading the virus among themselves because of skin contact.

This year, several of the dolphins that washed ashore in New Jersey have tested positive for the virus.

The waves of dead dolphins started appearing in New Jersey in early July, and it hasn’t let up. Wednesday morning, the stranding center got a call about a dead dolphin that washed ashore in Sea Bright, the 62nd in New Jersey this year. But it was too badly decomposed and chewed up by sharks to warrant taking it for a necropsy at a veterinary center near Kennett Square, Pa., a four-hour round trip that’s exhausting volunteers.

Two hours later, another dead dolphin, No. 63, washed up in Spring Lake...'


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Experts sound global alert over deadly bat virus

"AFP - Experts on infectious diseases Thursday warned people to stay away from bats worldwide after the recent death of an eight-year-old boy bitten in Australia.

The boy last month became the third person in the country to die of Australian bat lyssavirus (ABLV), for which there is no effective treatment..."


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Ninety-eight percent of cave-hibernating bats have died in Pennsylvania, say biologists

(NaturalNews) They serve a critical role in pollinating crops, killing insects, and fertilizing soil, but their presence throughout the state of Pennsylvania is in a disastrously serious decline. According to a new report by PhillyBurbs.com, 99.99 percent of bats living in Pennsylvania's second largest bat habitat were recently discovered to be dead, and a cohort of biologists currently studying the issue estimates that a shocking 98 percent of bats living throughout the entire state of Pennsylvania are now dead as well...

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News in Brief: Bats can carry MERS

'The virus that causes a deadly new respiratory disease known as Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, has been found in a bat in Saudi Arabia. The finding suggests that animals may transfer the virus to humans.

The disease was first diagnosed in a Saudi Arabian man last September. Since then, 99 people have gotten sick from the virus and 48 of them died. Scientists know that the coronavirus that causes the disease is related to the one that causes severe acute respiratory syndrome, or SARS, and to viruses carried by bats. But they haven’t figured out how the virus got into humans. None of the sick people had any known contact with bats...'


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Genetic Similarities Between Bats and Dolphins Discovered

'Sep. 4, 2013 — The evolution of similar traits in different species, a process known as convergent evolution, is widespread not only at the physical level, but also at the genetic level, according to new research led by scientists at Queen Mary University of London and published in Nature this week.

The scientists investigated the genomic basis for echolocation, one of the most well-known examples of convergent evolution to examine the frequency of the process at a genomic level.

Echolocation is a complex physical trait that involves the production, reception and auditory processing of ultrasonic pulses for detecting unseen obstacles or tracking down prey, and has evolved separately in different groups of bats and cetaceans (including dolphins).

The scientists carried out one of the largest genome-wide surveys of its type to discover the extent to which convergent evolution of a physical feature involves the same genes.

They compared genomic sequences of 22 mammals, including the genomes of bats and dolphins, which independently evolved echolocation, and found genetic signatures consistent with convergence in nearly 200 different genomic regions concentrated in several 'hearing genes'....'


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Since Jan. 1, more than 900 sea lions have been admitted to rehabilitation facilities, far outpacing historical stranding rates for 2008 to 2012, according to NOAA..."

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Dead sea lions washing on shore in California appear to have died from radiation poisoning

"(NaturalNews) An unusual surge of stranded dying and dead sea lions (seals) have littered Southern California beaches from Santa Barbara to San Diego since earlier this year. Most of the area newspapers and media outlets have been alarmingly reporting this unusual phenomenon.

It's unusual because this is the season when sea lion pups flourish. Instead they're struggling ashore in starved, emaciated conditions, if they've managed to stay alive. Scientists say almost half the sea lions born this past winter have died..."


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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Starving sea lion pups are washing up on Southern California beaches at a rate more than five times higher than usual, and scientists are scrambling to figure out why, officials said Wednesday.

Since the beginning of the year, 1,293 emaciated sea lions found stranded on beaches from San Diego to Santa Barbara have been treated at seven facilities in the state, Sarah Wilkin of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said during a conference call with reporters.

Last month, the agency declared an "unusual mortality event" that allowed more scientists to help search for the cause.

A leading hypothesis is lack of available food. Researchers were also doing tests to see if pollution, disease outbreak or algae bloom are to blame.

Most of the pups being treated weighed between 20 and 30 pounds when they were found, with some as small as 18 pounds. The animals should weigh about 65 pounds by now, she said.

As many as 25 percent of the seals have died after being brought in for treatment.

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This is so terribly sad. SAD... the world is ruined. And it canot be fixed. It is so ruined.
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Since Jan. 1, more than 900 sea lions have been admitted to rehabilitation facilities, far outpacing historical stranding rates for 2008 to 2012, according to NOAA..."

 Quoting: Sol Neman 6073772


Dead sea lions washing on shore in California appear to have died from radiation poisoning

"(NaturalNews) An unusual surge of stranded dying and dead sea lions (seals) have littered Southern California beaches from Santa Barbara to San Diego since earlier this year. Most of the area newspapers and media outlets have been alarmingly reporting this unusual phenomenon.

It's unusual because this is the season when sea lion pups flourish. Instead they're struggling ashore in starved, emaciated conditions, if they've managed to stay alive. Scientists say almost half the sea lions born this past winter have died..."


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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Starving sea lion pups are washing up on Southern California beaches at a rate more than five times higher than usual, and scientists are scrambling to figure out why, officials said Wednesday.

Since the beginning of the year, 1,293 emaciated sea lions found stranded on beaches from San Diego to Santa Barbara have been treated at seven facilities in the state, Sarah Wilkin of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said during a conference call with reporters.

Last month, the agency declared an "unusual mortality event" that allowed more scientists to help search for the cause.

A leading hypothesis is lack of available food. Researchers were also doing tests to see if pollution, disease outbreak or algae bloom are to blame.

Most of the pups being treated weighed between 20 and 30 pounds when they were found, with some as small as 18 pounds. The animals should weigh about 65 pounds by now, she said.

As many as 25 percent of the seals have died after being brought in for treatment.

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This is so terribly sad. SAD... the world is ruined. And it canot be fixed. It is so ruined.
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The planet will be able to fix itself, as for humanity...that remains to be seen.
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Scientists discover huge reservoir of magma under Pacific and Cocos plates

"March 28, 2013 – CENTRAL AMERICA – Since the plate tectonics revolution of the 1960s, scientists have known that new seafloor is created throughout the major ocean basins at linear chains of volcanoes known as mid-ocean ridges. But where exactly does the erupted magma come from? Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego now have a better idea after capturing a unique image of a site deep in the Earth where magma is generated. Using electromagnetic technology developed and advanced at Scripps, the researchers mapped a large area beneath the seafloor off Central America at the northern East Pacific Rise, a seafloor volcano located on a section of the global mid-ocean ridges that together form the largest and most active chain of volcanoes in the solar system..."

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Volcano under Yellowstone bigger than previously thought

'SALT LAKE CITY – Yellowstone's underground volcanic plumbing is bigger and better connected than scientists thought, researchers reported Wednesday, April 17, at the Seismological Society of America's annual meeting...'

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It's getting hot in here: Earth's core is 1,000 degrees warmer than experts thought

'The Earth's inner core is hotter than experts previously suspected — by a whopping 1,000 degrees. In fact, new research suggests, the center of our planet might be around the same temperature as the sun...'

[link to www.theverge.com]
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Activity increases at Guatemala’s Pacaya Volcano

'July 26, 2013 – GUATEMALA - Seismic and surface activity have increased during the past days...The number of volcanic eruptions for 2013 now stands at 68'

[link to theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com]
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Mount Rokatenda volcano erupts in Indonesia, killing five

'August 10, 2013 – INDONESIA – A volcano eruption in central Indonesia has spewed hot ash and rocks high into the air and left five people dead. Mount Rokatenda, on the tiny island of Palue, sent fast-moving red-hot ash onto a nearby beach, leaving three adults and two children dead, said vulcanology centre head Surono. Rokatenda (Paluweh) has been on high alert since October, with authorities banning people from any activities within three kilometres from the crater on the island of around 7,000 inhabitants...

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So far for 2013 there's been 74 events.

From 1980 to 2008 there was 140 events...that averages out to about 5 per year.... [link to www.statisticbrain.com]

74: Peru’s Ubinas Volcano erupts five times in 48 hours: awakens with strong activity
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Ticking time bomb: Japan’s Sakurajima volcano rocked by another large explosion- damages cars
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It appears that humanity is about to get it's shit pushed in big time, in any way possible and every way imaginable.
As Tex Antoine once said, "if you're going to get raped, you may as well lay back and enjoy it.'
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Dangerous Sinkholes Appear in Amsterdam

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New burp event and trees toppling videos, Louisiana sinkhole

'There has been another burp event at Louisiana sinkhole on August 21, 2013. According to Assumpton Parish Police Jury all operations have been pulled from inside of the sinkhole until activity calms down. The monitoring/alert status has been heightened to Code 3.'

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Springfield intersection closes after sinkhole opens

'SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A sudden sinkhole swallowed part of a Springfield road. City Utilities crews discovered the sinkhole Monday and they say it's the biggest they've seen in Springfield.

The crews found the sinkhole as they were installing water mains near Walnut Lawn and Cox to boost water pressure to customers. During a test of the main, the massive sinkhole opened up, closing part of Walnut Lawn.

At one point, crews estimate the sinkhole is 50 feet wide and at least 25 feet deep...'


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Sinkhole grows in Nixa subdivision

'NIXA, Mo. - From the street it almost looks like a construction zone. But, look closer and you will see what has residents like Jim Hoover so upset.

"There are a lot of kids in this neighborhood and it is dangerous," said resident Jim Hoover.

Hoover has lived on Gregory Drive for nine years, just about the same amount of time as the sinkhole. You can see it from U.S. 160. It is right in front of the north-Nixa Bentwater subdivision. City officials and residents say the sinkhole did not appear overnight. It has been years in the making.

"It was about eight foot deep and maybe 15 feet wide. Now it is 50 feet deep probably 50 feet wide. It is ridiculous," said Hoover...'


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20-foot sinkhole opens at Holyoke intersection

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Sinkhole opens up at Riverview Terrace

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17-foot sinkhole in Holyoke

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Newcastle couple wakes to find sinkhole in yard

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Sinkhole appears in Stockton community garden

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Sinkhole in Truckee closes lanes on I-80

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Possible sinkhole forces Orange County family from rental home

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Dover: Giant sinkhole swallows land, state road

'DOVER, Ohio (NBC/ WKYC) - A massive sinkhole in Ohio has eaten away part of a state highway and now threatens nearby houses as well.

The sinkhole is estimated to be the size of four football fields.'


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A timeline of the most important events at the Bayou Corne sinkhole - Louisiana sinkhole

'The Bayou Corne sinkhole, also known as Louisiana sinkhole, was discovered in August 2012 when a Napoleonville salt dome, a naturally-occurring underground salt deposit, suddenly collapsed after months of unexplained seismic activity and mysterious bubbling at the bayou. The sinkhole grew from 1 to 25 acres in just 12 months and the scariest part of it is that the collapse unlocked tens of millions of cubic feet of explosive gases, which have seeped into the aquifer and wafted up to the community (40 million cubic feet = 1.13 million cubic meters).

Texas Brine, the operator of the salt dome, specializes in a process known as injection mining and had been drilling around the dome in order to extract brine, which is used for refining oil. When they mined the salt dome too close to the edge of the dome, say officials, the side wall collapsed and 350 nearby residents were immediately advised to evacuate.
Assumption Parish declared a state of emergency and Governor Bobby Jindal declared a statewide state of emergency due to the threat of subsidence and subsurface instability that threatens the lives and property of the citizens of the state....'


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50 kg meteor explodes and illuminates sky over southeastern USA

'A meteor with estimated mass of over 50 kg exploded over Tennessee, USA, around 07:27 UTC on August 28, 2013 (02:27 local time). Head of NASA's Meteoroid Environment Office, Bill Cook, said the fireball reached a peak magnitude of -13. It was brighter than a full moon, and casted shadows on the ground. This indicated that the meteor had a mass of over 50 kg (110 lbs) and was about 40 cm (16 inches) in diameter.
All 6 NASA's all sky cameras in the southeast picked up a very bright fireball that may have produced meteorites. The cameras were completely saturated, necessitating a manual solution.
It hit the top of Earth's atmosphere traveling 23.7 km/s (53,000 mph)....'


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Montana deer deaths could be linked to EHD

'Dead white-tailed deer are being found across north central Montana, with officials saying the deaths could be linked to a Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD).

Although the number of dead deer is not clear, reports indicate it could be dozens at the minimum.

Wildlife officials said EHD is spread among deer, primarily whitetails, by biting small flies...'


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Elk herd found dead in northeastern N.M.

'More than 100 elk found were dead on a ranch about 20 miles north of Las Vegas this week.

Sky News 13 flew over the gruesome discovery on the sprawling 75,000-acre Buena Vista Ranch near Mora.

The elk weren't shot, so the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is investigating just what caused the deaths.

Their top suspicion: something called Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, or EHD. The often-fatal disease is caused by insect bites...'


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Thread: Entire Elk Herd Found Dead From Unknown Causes...WTF?!?!?
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Hemorrhagic disease killing Wyoming, Montana deer

CHEYENNE — Hemorrhagic disease caused by two possible viruses has been killing dozens of white-tailed deer in Wyoming and Montana over the past month.

The deer are dying of internal bleeding, and tests at the Wyoming State Veterinary Lab in Laramie will determine if epizootic hemorrhagic disease or bluetongue is responsible. Both viruses are endemic, or native, to the region and cause outbreaks in wildlife from time to time...'


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EHD fells deer and elk in numbers of states

'....Right now there are reports are of an entire herd of more than a hundred dead elk in northeastern New Mexico. Perhaps there are more than an hundred dead deer, mostly whitetails in central Montana. There are dozens of whitetail dead in North Dakota....

....2012 was a very bad year for EHD. Last year in Michigan there was an official count of 15,000 dead with estimates as high as 70.000. It is though it will take 3-5 years for the deer to rebound. Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Nebraska were hit hard too.

It is believed the EHD kills far more deer than Chronic Wasting Disease, although the viral agent is not so frightening as the all but indestructible prion....'


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Yet another train derailment...

'SUPERIOR - A freight train derailed early Wednesday morning in Mineral County.

Montana Rail Link spokesperson Lynda Frost says the incident happened four miles east of Superior at around 4:30 a.m. on Wednesday.

Frost tells MTN News that 24 cars of the 66-car long train derailed, with four of which ended up partially in the Clark Fork River. Two of those are empty fuel cars and the other two empty cars are used to transport sugar....'


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Thread: I made a list of ALL Train Derailments/Incidents Since April 2013... Still think coincidence? .. 78 in Past 9 Months!
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Thread: Another DERAILMENT: Montana Rail Link train derails near Superior
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Fishing restrictions for Sun River, Smith River, Dearborn Rivers

'....Fisheries biologist Grant Grisak explained, "The streams that we do have angling restrictions on right now...the flows are low but they are still between the 25th and 40th percentiles so in this case we're really looking at the high water temperatures as the trigger mechanism to institute those closures."

On the Blackfoot River, officials say that there will be a 24-hour a day fishing closure on the main stem Blackfoot and important bull trout tributaries once river flows dip below 500 cfs at the Bonner USGS river flow gauge.

Flows were at 467 Tuesday, an unusually low discharge. Based upon 80 years of record, past stream flows condition exceeded this level 88 percent of the time....'


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'HELENA - Kenton Hickethier, the chief of the Montana Highway Patrol, has announced that he will retire in several weeks, due in part to "inappropriate remarks to subordinates," but the nature of those remarks has not been disclosed.

In a press release from the Montana Department of Justice, Hickethier said: "I regret that I have made inappropriate remarks to subordinates that have compromised my ability to effectively lead Montana's Highway Patrol by example. Therefore, I have chosen to retire from the Patrol. I am sorry for these mistakes and any harm they may have brought to Montana's finest law enforcement agency, which has been the center of my life for the last 28 years."'


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Gov. Bullock surveys wildfire threat in Missoula

'MISSOULA - Governor Steve Bullock flew to Missoula on Monday, just hours after signing the State of Emergency Declaration - and just hours later he was back up in the air, surveying one of the most threatening fires in the state.

Officials say the Lolo Creek Complex fire is massive, having blown up from about 300 acres on Monday morning to 3,500 acres by day's end, forcing evacuations and putting hundreds of homes along U.S. Highway 12 west of Lolo under evacuation notice...'


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The following headlines are from only two days (8/19 & 8/20) in the Missoula, MT region only!

Clouds help crews battle Idaho wildfire
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Nimrod fire stalls, crews still facing hazards
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Crews continue battling wildfires near Turah
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Gold Pan Complex fires grow to 27,000+ acres
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New fire burning above Lakeside
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Miner Paradise Complex near Livingston now 300 acres
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Eureka Fire near Ennis tops 5,000 acres
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Lolo Creek Complex fire grows to 5,000 acres
[link to www.kpax.com]

Yellowstone National Park wildfires grow
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Here are some more useful links:

[link to www.google.com (secure)]

[link to www.esri.com]

[link to www.geomac.gov]

[link to activefiremaps.fs.fed.us]

[link to www.google.com (secure)]
 Quoting: Sol Neman


Two new fires reported southwest of West Yellowstone

'Two new wildfires were discovered Friday afternoon on the Gallatin National Forest, southwest of the community of West Yellowstone, MT.

The Two Top Fire is burning in the back-country southwest of West Yellowstone near Mt. Two Top along the Montana-Idaho state line.

It is burning in heavy fuels and was estimated at 20 acres as of 6:00 p.m. Friday....'


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Winds blow California, Idaho wildfire smoke into Montana

'BOZEMAN - The smoky skies in Bozeman on Friday, according to firefighters, are not from local wild land fires....'

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Beaver Creek Fire at 20 acres

'A new lightning caused fire detected on Friday is burning four and a half miles northwest of Pintler Lake in the Beaverhead National Forest.

The Beaver Creek Fire, as it is being called, has burned 20 acres and is zero percent contained....'


[link to www.kbzk.com]

UPDATE: Rock Creek Fire 80 percent contained

'The Rock Creek Fire, five miles southwest of Red Lodge, MT, is now at 950 acres but has been 80 percent contained....'

[link to www.kbzk.com]

UPDATE: Miner Paradise Complex; Emigrant closures expected to reduce

'Crews on the Miner Paradise Complex continue to chase hot spots along the southeast edge of the Emigrant Fire.

A hotshot crew is trying to ensure that the fire doesn't cross the creek as there has been light to moderate fire activity, dominated by ground fire with isolated single tree and group torching.

There is little to no visible smoke on the remainder of the fires but crews continue to mop up and check for hot spots on the Horsetail Fire....'


[link to www.kbzk.com]

Crews being released from Lolo Creek Complex fire

'LOLO - The Lolo Creek Complex fire remains at just under 11,000 acres burned with containment growing to 90%.

While more than 675 people remain assigned to the blaze, a smaller Type 3 Incident Management team is scheduled to take over management of the fire at 6 p.m. on Monday, and some crews are already being released from duty....'


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MT fire season not over, officials warn

'WEST YELLOWSTONE - Summer may be winding down but that doesn't mean fire season is over.

"One of the challenges this time of year is that monsoonal moisture that comes up from the southwest. We see those impacts and sometimes it actually brings rain and we could certainly use some in this region," said Al Nash, Yellowstone National Park official.

Other impacts include thunderstorms with lightning, which sparked two fires near west Yellowstone on Friday....'


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Labor Day Update: Two Top and Mosquito fires

'On Sunday, fire growth was minimal as was the visible smoke coming from the Two Top Fire and the Mosquito Fire reported southwest of West Yellowstone on Friday, August 30th.

The lightning caused Two Top Fire, is burning on the Continental Divide.

Aggressive efforts by firefighters, water and retardant drops, all aided in checking the potential impacts of hot temperatures and low humidity....'


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Gold Pan Complex fire nears 42,500 acres

'DARBY - The Gold Pan Complex fire burning 35 miles southwest of Darby has now burned 42,463 acres.

Fire managers say that the most active parts of the blaze remain on the north and east edges in the Blue Joint drainage near Jack the Ripper Creek.

Tod McKay with the Bitterroot National Forest says cooler temperatures and an inversion that didn't lift over the fire area on Monday helped to slow the fire's growth....'


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1988 Yellowstone fires still teaching lessons

'There are many active fires in our region including at least four still burning in Yellowstone National Park.
For most people, the words "fire" and "Yellowstone" are a reminder of the 1988 fires.

Those fires changed the way wildfires are fought in the park and across the west.

In the summer of 1988, the largest wildfire our country had seen in nearly 90 years raged in Yellowstone National Park. The fires prompted park, forest and fire officials to take a close look at their fire fighting strategies.

"It was: ‘All fire is bad and we have to put out all fires'," said Al Nash, Yellowstone National Park Public Information Officer....'


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Rain helping Druid Complex in Yellowstone National Park

'The Druid Complex in Yellowstone National Park has burned almost 12,000 acres but rain is being a friend to the fires currently burning inside the park.

The Alum Fire, the largest of the lot, got about a third of an inch of rain which was welcome.

Officials said it had shown more heat on Sunday than in the past week....'


[link to www.kbzk.com]

Red Shale Fire nears 13,000 acres

'The Red Shale Fire burning in the Bob Marshall Wilderness has grown to about 12,379 acres as of Tuesday, September 3rd.

The fire is centered about 40 miles west of Choteau.

The fire was detected by the Beartop Lookout on July 18 in an area where lightning strikes had been observed the night before....'


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Elk herd found dead in northeastern N.M.

'More than 100 elk found were dead on a ranch about 20 miles north of Las Vegas this week.

Sky News 13 flew over the gruesome discovery on the sprawling 75,000-acre Buena Vista Ranch near Mora.

The elk weren't shot, so the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is investigating just what caused the deaths.

Their top suspicion: something called Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease, or EHD. The often-fatal disease is caused by insect bites...'


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Hemorrhagic disease killing Wyoming, Montana deer

CHEYENNE — Hemorrhagic disease caused by two possible viruses has been killing dozens of white-tailed deer in Wyoming and Montana over the past month.

The deer are dying of internal bleeding, and tests at the Wyoming State Veterinary Lab in Laramie will determine if epizootic hemorrhagic disease or bluetongue is responsible. Both viruses are endemic, or native, to the region and cause outbreaks in wildlife from time to time...'


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EHD fells deer and elk in numbers of states

'....Right now there are reports are of an entire herd of more than a hundred dead elk in northeastern New Mexico. Perhaps there are more than an hundred dead deer, mostly whitetails in central Montana. There are dozens of whitetail dead in North Dakota....

....2012 was a very bad year for EHD. Last year in Michigan there was an official count of 15,000 dead with estimates as high as 70.000. It is though it will take 3-5 years for the deer to rebound. Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Nebraska were hit hard too.

It is believed the EHD kills far more deer than Chronic Wasting Disease, although the viral agent is not so frightening as the all but indestructible prion....'


[link to www.thewildlifenews.com]

West Nile Virus... [link to www.google.com (secure)]

Eastern Equine Encephalitis... [link to www.google.com (secure)]

Chronic Wasting Disease... [link to www.google.com (secure)]
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West Nile Virus claims lives of six horses in Montana

'BILLINGS - The West Nile Virus has claimed the lives of six horses here in Montana just this week.

Reports of the virus started coming in last week Friday on August 23rd.

As of this Friday afternoon, Dr. Tahnee Szymanski with the Montana Department of Livestock said 11 cases have been reported in ten Montana counties. Those counties are Cascade, Blaine, Phillips, McCone, Big Horn, Stillwater, Petroleum, Musselshell, Pondera and Custer....'


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NORTHWEST: [link to walrus.wr.usgs.gov]

While I was finding the above information I also stumbled across some interesting volcano activity. Most interesting is the Newberry Volcano. It is the largest volcano in the Cascades, covering an area the size of Rhode Island. Its last eruption was 1300 years ago and the last major eruption 75,000 years ago. Now fast forward to today; over the last 40 years Newberry volcano has averaged 0 earthquakes. In the month of November there have been 24 earthquakes! Mount Hood and Rainer have both show increased activity in the same mountain chain. Iceland, Alaska and Russia all show increased activity as well. Most recent change further north was the Cleveland Volcano. On November 10, 2012 there was an ash cloud and they changed the alert level from ADVISORY to WATCH with the following warning, “Sudden explosions of blocks and ash remain possible with little or no warning. The previous confirmed explosion occurred on November 10. Ash clouds, if produced, could exceed 20,000 feet above sea level.”

NEWBERRY VOLCANO USGS INFO:
[link to volcanoes.usgs.gov]

I live about 15 miles away from the Newberry Caldera. It began having small earthquakes after they began a project FRAKING it for a geo-thermal power plant experiment. My land sits atop 35 feet of volcanic ash from the last big-time eruption. If I had known that, I would probably not have moved here. We are also surrounded by 40 volcanic cones. If one goes, they'll probably all go. Happily, one can only die once (at least in this incarnation).

All those animal and bee die-offs. My God, it's staggering when put altogether. celestialconvergence.com has a great compilation of them, too. All dying with no funeral, ritual, apology, or even recognition. What comes around, goes around.

eq eq eq
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Pertussis reports pour in from around MT

Areas across Montana are still reporting cases of the whooping cough.

During a health board meeting earlier this month, it was revealed that 225 cases of pertussis were reported between June of 2012 and May of this year. That's an average of nearly 19 cases a month. In June, 25 more cases were reported.

Data for the month of August was not made available in that report, but the Flathead City-County Health Department tells us they are still confirming cases of pertussis in the Flathead.

The Butte - Silver Bow Health Department is also dealing with an outbreak of whooping cough....'


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While I was finding the above information I also stumbled across some interesting volcano activity. Most interesting is the Newberry Volcano. It is the largest volcano in the Cascades, covering an area the size of Rhode Island. Its last eruption was 1300 years ago and the last major eruption 75,000 years ago. Now fast forward to today; over the last 40 years Newberry volcano has averaged 0 earthquakes. In the month of November there have been 24 earthquakes! Mount Hood and Rainer have both show increased activity in the same mountain chain. Iceland, Alaska and Russia all show increased activity as well. Most recent change further north was the Cleveland Volcano. On November 10, 2012 there was an ash cloud and they changed the alert level from ADVISORY to WATCH with the following warning, “Sudden explosions of blocks and ash remain possible with little or no warning. The previous confirmed explosion occurred on November 10. Ash clouds, if produced, could exceed 20,000 feet above sea level.”

NEWBERRY VOLCANO USGS INFO:
[link to volcanoes.usgs.gov]
 Quoting: Sol Neman


I live about 15 miles away from the Newberry Caldera. It began having small earthquakes after they began a project FRAKING it for a geo-thermal power plant experiment. My land sits atop 35 feet of volcanic ash from the last big-time eruption. If I had known that, I would probably not have moved here. We are also surrounded by 40 volcanic cones. If one goes, they'll probably all go. Happily, one can only die once (at least in this incarnation).

All those animal and bee die-offs. My God, it's staggering when put altogether. celestialconvergence.com has a great compilation of them, too. All dying with no funeral, ritual, apology, or even recognition. What comes around, goes around.

eq eq eq
 Quoting: Sarah Conner


So true. I created this thread because I couldn't keep track otherwise. Once you start putting the list together it's mind boggling...

I am in the shadow of Yellowstone so I know what you mean. Same as you, it does not concern me. I don't know that I'd want to try and live through the aftermath of that going off. Plus, I'll be one of the first to know when it does go!
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Hundreds of dead carp found at Holter Reservoir

'HOLTER RESERVOIR - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks officials are investigating the death of at least several hundred carp discovered last weekend floating in Holter Reservoir.

The fish were found floating in the Gates of the Mountains and American Bar area of the reservoir on the Missouri River between Great Falls and Helena...'


[link to www.ktvq.com]
[link to www.greatfallstribune.com]
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FWP still investigating dead carp in Holter Lake

'HELENA - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists are still trying to figure out what is killing carp in Holter Reservoir.

Hundreds of dead carp have turned up on the surface of the lake over the last couple of weeks, prompting FWP to investigate...'


[link to www.ktvq.com]
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Dead carp at Holter Lake still a mystery

'...Ron Aasheim of FWP said, "We'll see fish kills occasionally. Usually there's something like maybe a chemical that inadvertently got into the water source. But otherwise, it's not common. Sometimes we'll see fish kills at this time of year due to high water temperatures and low water flows, but nothing to this extent. So this is unusual."'

[link to www.ktvq.com]
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Toxic algae kills 10,000 kokanee in Lake Koocanusa

'LIBBY – At least 10,000 kokanee salmon were killed this week after a strong and fast-moving storm front Sunday churned up the waters of Lake Koocanusa.

The die-off appears to have been triggered by a period of hot, calm weather that allowed the reservoir to stratify, and algae to bloom, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks....


[link to missoulian.com]
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Fishing restrictions for Sun River, Smith River, Dearborn Rivers

'....Fisheries biologist Grant Grisak explained, "The streams that we do have angling restrictions on right now...the flows are low but they are still between the 25th and 40th percentiles so in this case we're really looking at the high water temperatures as the trigger mechanism to institute those closures."

On the Blackfoot River, officials say that there will be a 24-hour a day fishing closure on the main stem Blackfoot and important bull trout tributaries once river flows dip below 500 cfs at the Bonner USGS river flow gauge.

Flows were at 467 Tuesday, an unusually low discharge. Based upon 80 years of record, past stream flows condition exceeded this level 88 percent of the time....'


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High demand for water, dry weather kill hundreds of fish as Lolo Creek runs dry

'A combination of extremely dry weather, plus a big demand for water because of the Lolo Creek Complex Fire is killing hundreds of fish, as lower Lolo Creek runs dry.

The creek often runs ‘low to nearly dry' in September, and even last year it took a last ditch volunteer effort to save the fish in the stream below Highway 93.

But this week the combination of the continued dry spell, coupled with the need for water for fire protection has created the unintended consequence of completely draining the creek....'


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FWP still investigating dead carp in Holter Lake

'HELENA - Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists are still trying to figure out what is killing carp in Holter Reservoir.

Hundreds of dead carp have turned up on the surface of the lake over the last couple of weeks, prompting FWP to investigate...'


[link to www.ktvq.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 37488535


Dead carp at Holter Lake still a mystery

'...Ron Aasheim of FWP said, "We'll see fish kills occasionally. Usually there's something like maybe a chemical that inadvertently got into the water source. But otherwise, it's not common. Sometimes we'll see fish kills at this time of year due to high water temperatures and low water flows, but nothing to this extent. So this is unusual."'

[link to www.ktvq.com]
 Quoting: Sol Neman


Toxic algae kills 10,000 kokanee in Lake Koocanusa

'LIBBY – At least 10,000 kokanee salmon were killed this week after a strong and fast-moving storm front Sunday churned up the waters of Lake Koocanusa.

The die-off appears to have been triggered by a period of hot, calm weather that allowed the reservoir to stratify, and algae to bloom, according to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks....


[link to missoulian.com]
 Quoting: Sol Neman


Fishing restrictions for Sun River, Smith River, Dearborn Rivers

'....Fisheries biologist Grant Grisak explained, "The streams that we do have angling restrictions on right now...the flows are low but they are still between the 25th and 40th percentiles so in this case we're really looking at the high water temperatures as the trigger mechanism to institute those closures."

On the Blackfoot River, officials say that there will be a 24-hour a day fishing closure on the main stem Blackfoot and important bull trout tributaries once river flows dip below 500 cfs at the Bonner USGS river flow gauge.

Flows were at 467 Tuesday, an unusually low discharge. Based upon 80 years of record, past stream flows condition exceeded this level 88 percent of the time....'


[link to www.kbzk.com]
 Quoting: Sol Neman


High demand for water, dry weather kill hundreds of fish as Lolo Creek runs dry

'A combination of extremely dry weather, plus a big demand for water because of the Lolo Creek Complex Fire is killing hundreds of fish, as lower Lolo Creek runs dry.

The creek often runs ‘low to nearly dry' in September, and even last year it took a last ditch volunteer effort to save the fish in the stream below Highway 93.

But this week the combination of the continued dry spell, coupled with the need for water for fire protection has created the unintended consequence of completely draining the creek....'


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 Quoting: Sol Neman


Montana dog owners need to be aware of algae dangers

'MISSOULA - Officials say at least 10,000 fish died earlier last week from a blue-green algae at Lake Koocanusa, but it's not just deadly to fish.

We talked with a local vet about the potential dangers of blue-green algae for man's best friend.

Although the blue-green algae is not found in all bodies of water, it is present in Montana. Hot weather the algae is able to bloom in lakes and reservoirs after months of calm and hot weather.

Then if the algae is disrupted by a storm or winds, it mixes throughout the water, making dogs and fish susceptible to ingesting it....'


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'Clayton Phipps often spends his weekends rambling around the badlands of eastern Montana on foot and horseback....on a bright summer day in 2006, near Jordan, Mont., one of his companions spotted a huge, chalky-brown pelvis weathering out of a sandstone canyon. Individual dinosaur bones are not uncommon, so Phipps finished his lunch before wandering over for a closer look. It was only when he saw a massive femur sticking out of the ground next to the pelvis that he began to suspect they’d stumbled onto something exceptional—perhaps an entire dinosaur.

As it turns out, that wasn’t even half the story....

Eventually, Phipps, a rancher known as the “Dinosaur Cowboy,” and his partners would uncover not just a single complete dinosaur, but two of them—carnivore and herbivore. Even more unusual, the two skeletons had been buried together, entwined in what looked like a death match. A find with great potential for paleontological study and education, the “Dueling Dinosaurs” became one of the highest-priced fossils ever offered for sale: $9.8 million.

Then the trouble began. Museums refused to host the fossils. Scientists didn’t publish papers about them. The dinosaurs haven’t even been named, although it’s traditional for fossil discoverers to do so. Seven years after their discovery, the dinosaurs are still stuck in stone blocks, clutching each other in a cold storage shed, waiting to tell a story that reaches back 66 million years to the Cretaceous Period. But though the bones are silent, another drama is unfolding—a story of ranchers struggling during economic recession, of warring principles and scientific feuds....'


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Question regarding toy dinosaurs. I thought of this when I saw the pictures in the article above....

If toy dinosaurs are made of plastic and plastic is made of oil...doesn't that mean toy dinosaurs are actually made of real dinosaurs!?

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Under your work boots...
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Under your work boots...
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Yo, wat this work thang?
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Under your work boots...
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Yo, wat this work thang?
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Exactly....
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Tons of poisoned fish clog river in China's Hubei province

'Hong Kong (CNN) -- After the thousands of dead pigs, come the tons of poisoned fish.
The Fuhe River is the scene of the latest disturbing example of river pollution in China.
Authorities cleared about 110 tons of dead fish from a 40-kilometer section of the river in the central province of Hubei, the state-run news agency Xinhua reported Wednesday.
Images taken at the scene this week showed thousands of silvery fish carcasses blanketing large expanses of the river and its shore.
China's 'cancer villages' Pollution causing cancer in this village? Pollution an economic concern in China
The cause of the deaths, provincial environmental officials said, was the discharge of high levels of ammonia into the water by a local chemical plant in Yingcheng, outside the city of Wuhan....'


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Scientists discover huge reservoir of magma under Pacific and Cocos plates

"March 28, 2013 – CENTRAL AMERICA – Since the plate tectonics revolution of the 1960s, scientists have known that new seafloor is created throughout the major ocean basins at linear chains of volcanoes known as mid-ocean ridges. But where exactly does the erupted magma come from? Researchers at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego now have a better idea after capturing a unique image of a site deep in the Earth where magma is generated. Using electromagnetic technology developed and advanced at Scripps, the researchers mapped a large area beneath the seafloor off Central America at the northern East Pacific Rise, a seafloor volcano located on a section of the global mid-ocean ridges that together form the largest and most active chain of volcanoes in the solar system..."

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Volcano under Yellowstone bigger than previously thought

'SALT LAKE CITY – Yellowstone's underground volcanic plumbing is bigger and better connected than scientists thought, researchers reported Wednesday, April 17, at the Seismological Society of America's annual meeting...'

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It's getting hot in here: Earth's core is 1,000 degrees warmer than experts thought

'The Earth's inner core is hotter than experts previously suspected — by a whopping 1,000 degrees. In fact, new research suggests, the center of our planet might be around the same temperature as the sun...'

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Activity increases at Guatemala’s Pacaya Volcano

'July 26, 2013 – GUATEMALA - Seismic and surface activity have increased during the past days...The number of volcanic eruptions for 2013 now stands at 68'

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Mount Rokatenda volcano erupts in Indonesia, killing five

'August 10, 2013 – INDONESIA – A volcano eruption in central Indonesia has spewed hot ash and rocks high into the air and left five people dead. Mount Rokatenda, on the tiny island of Palue, sent fast-moving red-hot ash onto a nearby beach, leaving three adults and two children dead, said vulcanology centre head Surono. Rokatenda (Paluweh) has been on high alert since October, with authorities banning people from any activities within three kilometres from the crater on the island of around 7,000 inhabitants...

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So far for 2013 there's been 74 events.

From 1980 to 2008 there was 140 events...that averages out to about 5 per year.... [link to www.statisticbrain.com]

74: Peru’s Ubinas Volcano erupts five times in 48 hours: awakens with strong activity
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Ticking time bomb: Japan’s Sakurajima volcano rocked by another large explosion- damages cars
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Make that 75 new events this year....

75: Karangetang volcano (Siau Island, Indonesia): incandescent lava at summit, alert raised

'September 5, 2013 – Indonesia - A new eruption could be underway at the volcano. VSI raised the alert to 3 (Siaga, alert) on a scale of 1-4, following the observation of incandescent lava at the summit and glowing rockfalls on the eastern side into the Batuawang ravine....'

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Experts scramble to save orange groves

'....The pestilence that is devastating Florida citrus is a disease called citrus greening. It is caused by a bacterium, Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, which is spread by small insects called psyllids. The bacteria infect the tree’s phloem, thereby blocking the flow of nutrients, causing yellow mottling on the leaves and asymmetrical, bitter fruit that never ripens.

Infected trees die within about five years, during which time they serve as a reservoir for psyllids to spread the disease further. There is no known cure, but it can be slowed by frequent spraying with large amounts of chemical pesticides....'


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Dengue fever: Four more cases reported on the Treasure Coast

The Florida Department of Health has confirmed four additional cases of dengue fever on the Treasure Coast. There were eleven previous cases confirmed in the Rio and Jensen Beach areas.
The health department says nine of the cases have affected Martin County residents and six have affected St. Lucie County residents....'


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