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Former Summit of Mount St. Helens in Sept. 1960, Photo by Leonard Delano, hi-res scan & cleaned up

4 Comments
2024/04/23
22:37 UTC

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Alaska. Great Sitkin. I think Moses is up there...

3 Comments
2024/04/22
23:51 UTC

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Taal and (Te Puia) Whakaari - both are surrounded by water, extremely active, extremely unpredictable, extremely deadly, extremely temperamental, and both are smol-canos.

7 Comments
2024/04/19
10:41 UTC

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Mount St. Helens & Spirit Lake Panorama on June 3rd, 2023 - Photo by me

2 Comments
2024/04/18
01:50 UTC

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Another NW bluebird day pic

3 Comments
2024/04/17
21:38 UTC

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Unusual oceanic hot-spot (undersea volcano?) ESE of American Samoa

0 Comments
2024/04/17
19:10 UTC

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Canada Has a Volcano Problem

18 Comments
2024/04/16
19:10 UTC

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Mount St. Helens May 18, 1980 eruption seen from Silver Lake - Unusual View - Hi-res scan & cleaned up - Photo by Arlene S.

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2024/04/16
04:14 UTC

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Eruptions?

Hello! I'm still kinda new to reddit, so mods feel free to delete this post if I'm doing this wrong. I came across an article reported by MSN and Daily Express that the Long Valley Caldera in California could "be showing clues of imminent eruption." Is there any merit to that? Claims about Campi Flegrei too actually. I would just like some input from volcanologists, thanks!

16 Comments
2024/04/16
03:11 UTC

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The Phlegraean Fields are still showing signs of activity, with seismic events being recorded. I live in Rome and like to know IF there is a remote chance it erupts, how would I be affected (124 miles away), and how would it affect the rest of Europe?

Recently it has started to show signs of activity, there's been many seismic events recorded. I live in Rome, and I'd like to know how I would be affected if it erupted.

9 Comments
2024/04/14
10:29 UTC

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Can a high functioning autistic person be a volcanologist

I don’t know why but I just love anything that has to do with science, including astronomy and volcanoes.

Volcanoes are just so fascinating because they are unpredictable and they may be one of the reasons life evolved on earth

109 Comments
2024/04/12
17:07 UTC

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Italy and Iceland - sounds similar but really isn’t

Just spotted at Catania International Airport on Sicily - dare me but I’m 99% sure the volcano displayed in this in-loop commercial isn’t Edna at all (as insinuated) but Fagradalsfjall.

3 Comments
2024/04/12
16:43 UTC

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My MSH drone shot from July 11, 2023 was featured in GeologyHub’s recent video on Indian Heaven Volcanic Field!

7 Comments
2024/04/12
06:28 UTC

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Alaska. Mt Augustine

3 Comments
2024/04/08
22:57 UTC

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Mount St Helens on July 23rd 1980, a day after an eruption - photo by Bill Murphy - hi-res scan of large print

1 Comment
2024/04/08
04:55 UTC

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