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second volcano erupts .... concerning ?


(CNN) - An explosion at an Alaskan volcano has prompted authorities to raise its threat level to orange.

Local seismic and infrasound sensors recorded the small explosion Friday night at Mount Cleveland, which is in the Aleutian Island range southwest of mainland Alaska, the Alaska Volcano Observatory said.


The explosion produced a small ash cloud reaching up to 22,000 ft above sea level, the observatory said an aviation advisory.

"Explosions from Cleveland typically produce relatively small volcanic ash clouds that dissipate within hours; however, more significant ash emissions are possible," it said.

A few small earthquakes were also recorded at the volcano during the previous several days.


https://www.local10.com/news/national/al...-explosion
Yes, very concerning I would think. There is so much happening in Hawaii that is inexplicable based on previous data and knowledge of how volcanoes function. That entire ring needs watching. Thanks for posting the above, GG.
It is May; the most active month for quaking in the year historically, per data I gathered from 1900-2013 (maybe 2014, not sure what year I did it in).  
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Largest quakes in modern history

MAY 9.6 Bio-Bio, Chile 1960-05-22 19:11:20 UTC 25.0 km
MAR 9.3 Southern Alaska 1964-03-28 03:36:16 UTC 25.0 km
DEC 9.1 off the west coast of northern Sumatra 2004-12-26 00:58:53 UTC 30.0 km
MAR 9.0 near the east coast of Honshu, Japan 2011-03-11 05:46:24 UTC 29.0 km
NOV 8.9 off the east coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia 1952-11-04 16:58:30 UTC 21.6 km
FEB 8.8 offshore Bio-Bio, Chile 2010-02-27 06:34:11 UTC 22.9 km
FEB 8.7 Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 1965-02-04 05:01:22 UTC 30.3 km
APR 8.6 off the west coast of northern Sumatra 2012-04-11 08:38:36 UTC 20.0 km
MAR 8.6 northern Sumatra, Indonesia 2005-03-28 16:09:36 UTC 30.0 km
MAY 8.6 Araucania, Chile 1960-05-22 18:56:02 UTC 25.0 km
MAR 8.6 Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 1957-03-09 14:22:33 UTC 25.0 km
AUG 8.6 eastern Xizang-India border region 1950-08-15 14:09:34 UTC 15.0 km
APR 8.6 south of Alaska 1946-04-01 12:29:01 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.5 southern Sumatra, Indonesia 2007-09-12 11:10:26 UTC 34.0 km
MAY 8.5 Kuril Islands 1963-10-13 05:17:59 UTC 35.0 km
FEB 8.5 Banda Sea 1938-02-01 19:04:22 UTC 25.0 km
MAR 8.5 off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 1933-03-02 17:31:00 UTC 15.0 km
JUN 8.4 near the coast of southern Peru 2001-06-23 20:33:14 UTC 33.0 km
NOV 8.4 Kuril Islands 1958-11-06 22:58:09 UTC 35.0 km
FEB 8.4 near the east coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia 1923-02-03 16:01:50 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.3 48km W of Illapel, Chile 2015-09-16 22:54:32 UTC 22.4 km
MAY 8.3 Sea of Okhotsk 2013-05-24 05:44:48 UTC 598.1 km
NOV 8.3 Kuril Islands 2006-11-15 11:14:13 UTC 10.0 km
SEP 8.3 Hokkaido, Japan region 2003-09-25 19:50:06 UTC 27.0 km
OCT 8.3 Kuril Islands 1994-10-04 13:22:55 UTC 14.0 km
DEC 8.3 near the south coast of western Honshu, Japan 1946-12-20 19:19:10 UTC 15.0 km
NOV 8.3 Alaska Peninsula 1938-11-10 20:18:49 UTC 35.0 km
NOV 8.3 Atacama, Chile 1922-11-11 04:32:51 UTC 70.0 km
DEC 8.3 Gansu-Ningxia border region, China 1920-12-16 12:05:55 UTC 15.0 km
AUG 8.3 Mindanao, Philippines 1918-08-15 12:18:21 UTC 20.0 km
AUG 8.3 Rat Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 1906-08-17 00:11:10 UTC 110.0 km
JAN 8.3 near the coast of Ecuador 1906-01-31 15:36:10 UTC 20.0 km
JUL 8.3 western Mongolia 1905-07-23 02:46:22 UTC 15.0 km
JUL 8.3 central Mongolia 1905-07-09 09:40:39 UTC 15.0 km
APR 8.2 94km NW of Iquique, Chile 2014-04-01 23:46:47 UTC 25.0 km
APR 8.2 off the west coast of northern Sumatra 2012-04-11 10:43:10 UTC 25.1 km
FEB 8.2 Biak region, Indonesia 1996-02-17 05:59:30 UTC 33.0 km
JUN 8.2 La Paz, Bolivia 1994-06-09 00:33:16 UTC 631.3 km
MAY 8.2 Macquarie Island region 1989-05-23 10:54:46 UTC 10.0 km
MAY 8.2 off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 1968-05-16 00:49:02 UTC 29.9 km
JAN 8.2 Kepulauan Sula, Indonesia 1965-01-24 00:11:17 UTC 20.0 km
DEC 8.2 Antofagasta, Chile 1950-12-09 21:38:51 UTC 113.9 km
AUG 8.2 Haida Gwaii, Canada 1949-08-22 04:01:18 UTC 10.0 km
MAY 8.2 near the coast of central Peru 1940-05-24 16:33:59 UTC 45.0 km
JUN 8.2 Taiwan 1920-06-05 04:21:35 UTC 20.0 km
MAY 8.2 Kermadec Islands region 1917-05-01 18:26:20 UTC 15.0 km
AUG 8.2 Valparaiso, Chile 1906-08-17 00:40:04 UTC 35.0 km
SEP 8.1 Samoa Islands region 2009-09-29 17:48:10 UTC 18.0 km
APR 8.1 Solomon Islands 2007-04-01 20:39:58 UTC 24.0 km
JAN 8.1 east of the Kuril Islands 2007-01-13 04:23:21 UTC 10.0 km
DEC 8.1 north of Macquarie Island 2004-12-23 14:59:04 UTC 10.0 km
MAR 8.1 Balleny Islands region 1998-03-25 03:12:25 UTC 10.0 km
JUL 8.1 New Ireland region, Papua New Guinea 1971-07-26 01:23:22 UTC 40.0 km
OCT 8.1 near the coast of central Peru 1966-10-17 21:42:00 UTC 40.0 km
NOV 8.1 Banda Sea 1963-11-04 01:17:09 UTC 65.0 km
MAY 8.1 Bio-Bio, Chile 1960-05-21 10:02:57 UTC 25.0 km
DEC 8.1 central Mongolia 1957-12-04 03:37:53 UTC 30.0 km
MAR 8.1 Hokkaido, Japan region 1952-03-04 01:22:49 UTC 45.0 km
NOV 8.1 off the coast of Pakistan 1945-11-27 21:56:54 UTC 15.0 km
DEC 8.1 near the south coast of western Honshu, Japan 1944-12-07 04:35:45 UTC 15.0 km
APR 8.1 Coquimbo, Chile 1943-04-06 16:07:17 UTC 35.0 km
AUG 8.1 central Peru 1942-08-24 22:50:32 UTC 30.0 km
DEC 8.1 Sulawesi, Indonesia 1939-12-21 21:00:31 UTC 35.0 km
JUN 8.1 Jalisco, Mexico 1932-06-03 10:36:56 UTC 15.0 km
JUN 8.1 South Sandwich Islands region 1929-06-27 12:47:13 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.1 near the south coast of Honshu, Japan 1923-09-01 02:58:35 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.1 near the south coast of Honshu, Japan 1923-09-01 02:58:00 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.1 Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia 1920-09-20 14:39:03 UTC 25.0 km
JUL 8.1 Tonga region 1919-04-30 07:17:17 UTC 25.0 km
SEP 8.1 Kuril Islands 1918-09-07 17:16:23 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.1 Biak region, Indonesia 1914-05-26 14:22:47 UTC 15.0 km
MAY 8.1 northeast of Taiwan 1910-04-12 00:22:24 UTC 235.0 km
FEB 8.0 76km W of Lata, Solomon Islands 2013-02-06 01:12:25 UTC 24.0 km
AUG 8.0 near the coast of central Peru 2007-08-15 23:40:57 UTC 39.0 km
MAY 8.0 Tonga 2006-05-03 15:26:40 UTC 55.0 km
MAY 8.0 Tonga 2006-05-03 15:26:35 UTC 15.0 km
NOV 8.0 New Ireland region, Papua New Guinea 2000-11-16 04:54:56 UTC 33.0 km
OCT 8.0 Colima, Mexico 1995-10-09 15:35:53 UTC 33.0 km
OCT 8.0 Colima, Mexico 1995-10-09 15:35:00 UTC 26.4 km
JUL 8.0 Antofagasta, Chile 1995-07-30 05:11:23 UTC 45.6 km
MAY 8.0 Andreanof Islands, Aleutian Islands, Alaska 1986-05-07 22:47:10 UTC 33.0 km
SEP 8.0 Michoacan, Mexico 1985-09-19 13:17:47 UTC 27.9 km
MAR 8.0 offshore Valparaiso, Chile 1985-03-03 22:47:07 UTC 33.0 km
JAN 8.0 Kermadec Islands region 1976-01-14 16:47:33 UTC 33.0 km
DEC 8.0 Mindanao, Philippines 1972-12-02 00:19:52 UTC 60.0 km
JUL 8.0 New Ireland region, Papua New Guinea 1971-07-14 06:11:30 UTC 40.0 km
JUL 8.0 Colombia 1970-07-31 17:08:05 UTC 644.8 km
MAR 8.0 off the east coast of Honshu, Japan 1960-03-20 17:07:31 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.0 Myanmar 1946-09-12 15:17:23 UTC 15.0 km
NOV 8.0 south of Africa 1942-11-10 11:41:28 UTC 10.0 km
NOV 8.0 Azores-Cape St. Vincent Ridge 1941-11-25 18:03:58 UTC 10.0 km
JAN 8.0 Nepal-India border region 1934-01-15 08:43:25 UTC 15.0 km
APR 8.0 Mindanao, Philippines 1924-04-14 16:20:36 UTC 15.0 km
JUN 8.0 Samoa Islands region 1917-06-26 05:49:46 UTC 15.0 km
SEP 8.0 eastern New Guinea region, Papua New Guinea 1906-09-14 16:04:43 UTC 35.0 km

APR 8.0
APR 8.1
APR 8.1
APR 8.1
APR 8.1
APR 8.2
APR 8.2
APR 8.6
APR 8.6
AUG 8.0
AUG 8.1
AUG 8.2
AUG 8.2
AUG 8.3
AUG 8.3
AUG 8.6
DEC 8.0
DEC 8.1
DEC 8.1
DEC 8.1
DEC 8.1
DEC 8.2
DEC 8.3
DEC 8.3
DEC 9.1
FEB 8.0
FEB 8.2
FEB 8.4
FEB 8.5
FEB 8.7
FEB 8.8
JAN 8.0
JAN 8.0
JAN 8.1
JAN 8.2
JAN 8.3
JUL 8.0
JUL 8.0
JUL 8.0
JUL 8.1
JUL 8.3
JUL 8.3
JUN 8.0
JUN 8.1
JUN 8.1
JUN 8.2
JUN 8.2
JUN 8.4
MAR 8.0
MAR 8.0
MAR 8.1
MAR 8.1
MAR 8.5
MAR 8.6
MAR 8.6
MAR 9.0
MAR 9.3
MAY 8.0
MAY 8.0
MAY 8.0
MAY 8.1
MAY 8.1
MAY 8.2
MAY 8.2
MAY 8.2
MAY 8.2
MAY 8.3
MAY 8.5
MAY 8.6
MAY 9.6
NOV 8.0
NOV 8.0
NOV 8.0
NOV 8.1
NOV 8.1
NOV 8.3
NOV 8.3
NOV 8.3
NOV 8.4
NOV 8.9
OCT 8.0
OCT 8.0
OCT 8.1
OCT 8.3
SEP 8.0
SEP 8.0
SEP 8.0
SEP 8.1
SEP 8.1
SEP 8.1
SEP 8.1
SEP 8.1
SEP 8.3
SEP 8.3
SEP 8.5

OCT = 4
JAN = 5
FEB = 6
JUN = 6
JUL = 6
AUG = 7
MAR = 9 // 9.0 & 9.3  Japan & Alaska
APR = 9
DEC = 9 // 9.1 Sumatra
NOV = 10
SEP = 11

MAY = 13 // 9.6 Chile

SPRING - MAR APR MAY = 9+9+13 = 31
FALL - SEP OCT NOV = 11+4+10 = 25
WINTER - DEC JAN FEB = 9+5+6 = 20
SUMMER - JUN JULY AUG = 6+6+7 = 19
FYI: Over in the Hawaii thread, I posted a link about a volcano in Arkansas that USGS declared active in 2014(?).

Guest

It's good idea to raise the threat level to orange.
Lunchtime at the volcano


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This site has a map and list of currently active volcanoes -

https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/eruptin...anoes.html

2018: A New Year Of Volcanoes And Earthquakes

People living around the Pacific Ring of Fire are facing a terrifying New Year of earthquakes and volcanoes after experts predicted a period of unprecedented seismic activity.

https://principia-scientific.org/2018-a-...rthquakes/

Of course submarine volcanoes are also going to be affected and these can impact the climate -

Further Proof El Niños are Fueled by Deep-Sea Geological Heat Flow

The 2014-2017 El Niño “warm blob” was likely created, maintained, and partially recharged on two separate occasions by massive pulses of super-heated and chemically charged seawater from deep-sea geological features in the western North Pacific Ocean. This strongly supports the theory all El Niños are naturally occurring and geological in origin.

http://www.plateclimatology.com/further-...heat-flow/

Submarine Volcanoes

If an estimate of 4,000 volcanoes per million square kilometers on the floor of the Pacific Ocean is extrapolated for all the oceans than there are more than a million submarine (underwater) volcanoes.

http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/submarine
We just had a 4.6 magnitude quake right off the coast of Louisiana in the Gulf of Mexico.

This is REALLY odd for us.
1dunno1

http://www.wdsu.com/article/45-magnitude...t/20198641
Maybe, the earth is waking up like so many predicted. Be interesting too see what the Hawaii volcano does. I think this is just the beginning.
(05-06-2018, 05:06 PM)NightStalker2.0 Wrote: [ -> ]Maybe, the earth is waking up like so many predicted. Be interesting too see what the Hawaii volcano does. I think this is just the beginning.

this has been going on for most of my life.... for a while it seemed to building faster.... but it really has been quieter for the last few years ....
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