Eyjafjallajökull – Assorted articles posted prior to May 2011
Magnitude 4.1 and 4.6 – These earthquakes come on top of the hundreds of others during the past two weeks.
Near ancient Long Valley Supervolcano – Seismologists are keeping a close eye on an area southwest of Hawthorne, Nevada where hundreds of earthquakes – the largest a 4.4-magnitude – have struck since Sunday.
Record snowfall to spur even more growth – 28 Mar 2011 – Although the media has done a great job of covering this up, the inconvenient fact is that all seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing. This includes Whitney Glacier, the state’s largest.
Is the world’s largest super-volcano set to erupt for the first time in 600,000 years, wiping out two-thirds of the U.S.?
By Alan Caruba
3 Nov 10 – The news is all about the Tuesday’s U.S. elections, but some of us are concerned about the news on Monday regarding a possible eruption of the Grimsvotn volcano in Iceland. Never heard of it? You will.
Vindication – “In a surprise finding, undersea hot lava is baking ocean sediments and releasing greenhouse gases,” says this article by Larry O’Hanlon.
14 Jan 10 – (Excerpts) – “On Monday, scientists from the Norwegian Polar Institute reported that they’d measured sea temperatures beneath an East Antarctic ice shelf and found no signs of warming whatsoever,”
Boiling Hot Water Found in Frigid Arctic Sea – 24 Jul 08 – “Many miles inside the Arctic Circle, scientists have found vents of scalding liquid rising out of the seafloor at temperatures more than twice the boiling point of water.
Massive subglacial volcano under Antarctic ice sheet
21 Jan 08 – A powerful volcano erupted under the West Antarctic ice sheet around 2,000 years ago and may still be contributing to present-day glacial melt,