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Friday, September 21, 2018

Large Volcano Mauna Kea Caldera Hit With EQ's, Yellow Stone Dead Geysers Now Erupting

I check the Hawaii EQ activity usually a few times a day.    I have been seeing hits on both Mauna


Kea AND Mauna Loa.   Then I return in a few hours, and the EQ have been eliminated by the USGS.

That is pretty amazing.   I know Dutchsinse has documented EQ being minimized or even eliminated or never showing up in the record.

And for months...Yellowstone has been acting up, this week a sleepy Geyser, that hasn't erupted since 1957, Erupted.    See video. Interesting this is the same year of an Aluetian EQ which threw a Tsunami at Hawaii.
http://cwis.usc.edu/dept/tsunamis/alaska/1957/webpages/index.html

Ear Spring is one of the hottest pools on Geyser Hill, containing permanently seething water at or even above boiling point. The ear-shaped pool is enclosed by a slightly raised sinter rim, and the clear water constantly overflows, running southwards along colorful channels lined by orange cyanobacteria. The pool has been known to erupt to a height of 2 feet, but only one or two times each decade.


From September 2014 to March 2018, Steamboat Geyser was completely dormant.
But now it has suddenly sprung to life and has erupted a total of 19 times since March 15th.

Why is science so decrepit, even though there is so much science out there?
http://und-public.courseleaf.com/courseindex/geol/
GEOL 551. Heat Flow. 3 Credits.
An exploration of Earth's thermal structure, thermal history and heat sources. The course begins with the theory of heat transfer within and through the surface of terrestrial planets. Methods of observation and modeling provide hands-on experience in field and laboratory activities. Applications of heat flow in tectonics, petrology, thermal maturity of kerogen, hydrogeology, geothermics and climate change are presented with current examples. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. Corequisite: Permission of instructor. On demand.



This is "just for interest"


3 comments:

  1. post on the Yellowstone blog .... lots of good info on the sidebar ....

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    1. Holy Thermal Upheavel Batman!
      What a wicked good website!

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