Monday, March 23, 2009

Re: Is It Going to Blow?

As I mentioned back on Saturday, January 31, geologists were warning that volcano Mt. Redoubt could erupt. Turns out they were right. There was an eruption recorded earlier this morning.

Follow the latest by visiting the Alaska Volcano Observatory.

You can take a look at Mt. Redoubt on two webcams setup by the AVO.
Mt. Redoubt is located 110 miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska.

According to Wikipedia, Mt. Redoubt erupted in 1902, 1966, and 1989. The eruption in 1989 threw volcanic ash to a height of 45,000 feet.

2 comments:

sorry, wrong topic. should be on the one about the storm.

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