Mexicans on alert as volcano rumbles to life

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Mexicans on alert as volcano rumbles to life
Houston Chronicle
By Dudley Althaus A plume of ash and steam rises from Popocatepetl, the volcano that awakened eight days ago, spewing ash and steam and causing President Felipe Calderon to order precautionary measures. / AP A plume of ash and steam rises from
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Mexicans frightened as volcano rumbles to life
Ya Libnan
PASO DE CORTES, Mexico — From the oak and pine forest below Popocatepetl’s seething caldron, the volcano’s buzzing growl sounds much like the choppy beating of blades. “To me it is like a helicopter just starting up,” said Juan Ochoa,
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Explosions Continue at Popocat?petl as Mexico Prepares for an Eruption
Wired News
A report from the BBC says that volcanic bombs are being thrown over a kilometer from the vent and “60 opening” have appeared on the volcano. I actually have no idea what that means – are there cracks at the summit or just lots of fumarolic activity
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Popocatepetl Volcano Rumbles in Mexico
Prensa Latina
20 de abril de 2012, 15:39Mexico, Apr 20 (Prensa Latina) Mexican volcano Popocatepetl is still active and in the first hours of Friday it shot ashes and smoke with at least 12 medium intensity exhalations, as reported by the National Disaster
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VOLCANO WATCH: Popocatepetl vs. Tungurahua
Hispanically Speaking News
Though given the adorable-sounding nickname “El Popo” the Volcán Popocatépetl (Smoking Mountain) in Mexico is one seriously threatening volcano. Still, it is not the only volcano causing worry. In Ecuador, the Tungurahua volcano, known as the “Throat
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Ash cloud from short Cleveland Volcano eruption dissipates
Anchorage Daily News
The Alaska Volcano Observatory said a brief eruption at Cleveland Volcano in the Aleutian Islands on Thursday sent up an ash cloud that quickly dissipated. Geophysicist Dave Schneider said the cloud rose as high as 15000 feet and dissipated in about
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