Satellite Captures Mexican Volcano’s Unceasing Eruption

Vulcan’s View 9: Volcanoes Seen From Space for April 27, 2012
Wired News
Hope you enjoy these images of volcanoes in action seen from space. Much of the volcano news over the past week has been the rumblings at Popocatépetl outside of Mexico city. The NASA Earth Observatory has have a recent calvacade of images of the
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Satellite Captures Mexican Volcano’s Unceasing Eruption
msnbc.com (blog)
Mexico’s Popocatépetl volcano, the second-highest in North America, is still sending up plumes of gas and fine ash, but with a decreased vigor following more than a week of a rather dramatic uptick in activity. This ghostly image, captured by a NASA
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Volcanologist Can Discuss Mexico’s Rumbling Popocatepetl Volcano
Newswise (press release)
Newswise — BUFFALO, NY — Michael Sheridan, University at Buffalo professor emeritus of geology, can discuss Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano, which has entered a heightened phase of activity. The mountain has been spewing towering clouds of ash and
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Sicily’s Mt. Etna remains one of Europe’s most active volcanoes
Montrose Daily Press
We sailed into port at daybreak and boarded a bus for an hour’s ride to Mount Etna, at 10700 feet Europe’s highest volcano that has erupted more than a dozen times in the last 40 years. It is still snow-capped this time of year and emitting steam.
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Volcano Watch: Volcano tourism plumbs new depths
Hawaii 24/7 (press release)
(Volcano Watch is a weekly article written by scientists at the US Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.) Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull Volcano burst into life for the first time in 190 years on March 20, 2010. A 500-meter- (2000-foot) long
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Volcano Watch: Kilauea activity update for April 26, 2012
Hawaii 24/7 (press release)
By Monday, April 23, the flows had just entered Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park. As of Thursday, April 26, these flows were advancing slowly towards the ocean and were about 900 m (0.6 miles) from the water. Two earthquakes beneath the Hawaiian Islands
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