Mount Doom Rivers Of Lava • Kilauea Volcano (June 2018) Gung Ho Vids
Published on Jun 4, 2018
Hawaii National Guard helicopter conducts a survey flyover of the Kilauea Volcano eruption at night on June 3, 2018. Unit - Company C, 1st Battalion, 207th Aviation Regiment. Filmed on June 3, 2018.
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Published on Jun 5, 2018
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Yellowstone caldera eruption fears have spiked as the supervolcano’s largest geyser erupted for the eight time. So far, scientists aren’t certain why the Steamboat geyser continues to erupt, adding to the fears.
Until this recent series of eruptions, the last time Steamboat blew was in September 2014. Steamboat’s latest eruption was Monday morning when the geyser shot boiling hot water hundreds of feet into the air. Steam billowed from the geyser for hours longer. Steamboat is located in the Norris Geyser Basin, known to have the hottest and most changeable thermal area in nearly 3,500-square-mile wilderness park that sits on a volcanic hot spot called a caldera. That accounts for the geyser’s towering columns of steam (it’s very, very hot underground) but leaves a major fear-provoking question unanswered:Why now, and is it a sign the giant volcano is waking up?
Scientists don’t know why the Steamboat geyser has become more active, but they still insist that no major eruption is on the horizon. “It is a spectacular geyser,” Michael Poland, the U.S. Geological Survey’s scientist in charge of the Yellowstone Volcano Observatory, wrote to CNN in an email. “When it erupts, it generally has very big eruptions.”
Data collected so far suggests a pattern to the eruptions within the series. If it all “proves out,” the days surrounding June 11-12 are good dates to potentially see the Steamboat geyser erupt, Forbes reported. “Most geysers erupt infrequently, unlike Old Faithful, so Steamboat is not enigmatic in that regard. But Steamboat has a mystique about it because it is the tallest active geyser in the world. It gets attention because of this, and rightly so,” Poland said.
The day of the first eruption, park staff detected activity on nearby seismometers, thermal gauges, and water discharge on a US Geological Survey stream gauge. Yellowstone National Park staff arrived in time to observe steam from the geyser but no water column. According to the Geological Survey, this is a usual occurrence after a vigorous water eruption. The steam phase can last several hours.
Scientists consider Yellowstone to be a “‘supervolcano,” which refers to volcano capable of an eruption of more than 240 cubic miles of magma,” according to the National Park Service. This distinction is based on massive eruptions over 600,000 years ago. Although the caldera is considered active, scientists believe that it is unlikely to erupt in the next thousand years.
There doesn’t seem to be a direct relationship between these eruptions and the supervolcano, Poland wrote. “The geyser is reflecting processes that are occurring in the shallowest part of the system — tens to perhaps a few hundreds of meters deep, whereas the magmatic system starts about 5 km down. Geysers are supposed to erupt, and so what we’re seeing is normal behavior.” So once again, we are being told this is all normal abnormal activity.
"Why does the 2016 - Now chart look so much wider and spread out?" - Because it is; I stretched the graph so you could see it. With 5-6 years on the chart, the spike resulting in the M8.2 in Mexico would appear as 'spikey' as the others.
Magnitude mb 4.3
Region ISLAND OF HAWAII, HAWAII
Date time 2018-06-12 11:52:54.0 UTC
Location 19.57 N ; 155.47 W
Depth 10 km
Distances 3837 km NE of Majuro, Marshall Islands / pop: 25,400 / local time: 23:52:54.0 2018-06-12
315 km SE of Honolulu, United States / pop: 372,000 / local time: 01:52:54.0 2018-06-12
44 km SW of Hilo, United States / pop: 43,300 / local time: 01:52:54.0 2018-06-12
29 km NW of Volcano, United States / pop: 2,600 / local time: 01:52:54.0 2018-06-12
Published on Jun 15, 2018
Amazing lava flows in Hawaii 2018. Best footage Kilauea eruption (Lava river headed to Kapoho). Fissure 8 continues to produce a large channelized flow that is entering the ocean at Kapoho Bay and producing a large laze plume.
OSAKA – One of the most powerful earthquakes to rock the Kansai region in decades struck Osaka and neighboring prefectures Monday morning, leaving at least four people dead and more than 300 injured.
The earthquake, which had a magnitude of 6.1 and registered lower 6 on the Japanese intensity scale to 7, hit at 7:58 a.m. at a depth of about 13 km under northern Osaka, the Meteorological Agency said. No tsunami warning was issued.
Published on Jun 18, 2018
Aerial Survey of River of Lava as it Flows Down Valley in Hawaii. HD Video by Tech. Sgt. Andrew Jackson | State of Hawaii, Dep. of Def., Public Affairs Office | 06.16.2018 -- Footage from an Hawaii ANG survey of the Kilauea eruption. Starting with fissure eight, that has developed a sizable cone around it and is sending channelized lava down to Kapoho. The lava river is at time well over 100 foot across a moves quickly. (U.S. AIR National Guard video by Tech. Sgt Andrew Jackson.)