A 10,000 YEAR OLD GLACIER SUDDENLY MELTED – WHY?
The most recent swarm started after the January 2010 Haiti earthquake.
With 1620 small earthquakes between January 17, 2010 and February 1, 2010,
this swarm was the second largest ever recorded in the Yellowstone Caldera.
The largest of these shocks was a magnitude 3.8 on January 21, 2010
at 11:16 PM MST.
This swarm reached the background levels by 21st of February. 2010
2009 -over 500 Earthquakes at Yellowstone in the last week
18 earthquakes on January 2, 2009
12 earthquakes on January 1, 2009
58 earthquakes on December 31, 2008
23 Earthquakes on December 30, 2008
38 Earthquakes on December 29, 2008
103 Earthquakes on December 28, 2008
|Posted by geologist Christopher C. Sanders on January 1, 2009.“I am advising all State officials around Yellowstone National Park for a potential State of Emergency. In the last week over 252 earthquakes have been observed by the USGS. We have a 3D view on the movement of magma rising underground. We have all of the pre warning signs of a major eruption from a super volcano. – I want everyone to leave Yellowstone National Park and for 200 miles around the volcano caldera.”|
COSMIC DUST CLOUD – INCOMING
updated as reports come in
THIS MAY BE IT!!!
YOU’VE BEEN WARNED BEFORE!!!!
ESA satellite reveals Yellowstone’s deep secret
Satellite images acquired by ESA’s ERS-2 revealed the recently discovered changes in Yellowstone’s caldera are the result of molten rock movement 15 kilometres below the Earth’s surface, according to a recent study published in Nature.
Using Synthetic Aperture Radar Interferometry, InSAR for short, Charles Wicks, Wayne Thatcher and other U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) scientists mapped the changes in the northern rim of the caldera, or crater, and discovered it had risen about 13 centimetres from 1997 to 2003.
InSAR, a sophisticated version of ‘spot the difference’, involves mathematically combining different radar images, acquired from as near as possible to the same point in space at different times, to create digital elevation models and reveal otherwise undetectable changes occurring between image acquisitions.
“We know now how mobile and restless the Yellowstone caldera actually is. Ground-based measurements can be more efficiently deployed because of our work,” Thatcher said. “The research could not have been done without satellite radar data.”
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