Monday, March 23, 2009

Alaska's Mt. Redoubt Erupts 5 Times Overnight

Alaska's Mount Redoubt

For those of you following erupting volcano's, you know that this one has not sent any emissions in the air for over 20 years. Today it has a plume nine miles long coming out of its top.

Local residents of small communities near Anchorage are being hit by the falling ash. Scientists believe that the ash will stop falling by noon Alaska time.

Recent eruptions all over the globe have scientists on their toes. Speculation about Yellowstone Park's super volcano have people all of the world shaking in their boots. If Yellowstone were to erupt it would have global consequences.

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