JeffreyFMiller570 karma2018-05-15 21:01:15 UTC
When the Cascadia subduction zone moves again and we get the massive Pacific Northwest earthquake that those of us who live here are dreading, how likely is it that this event could also trigger eruptions in the Cascades?
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JeffreyFMiller248 karma2018-05-15 21:10:20 UTC
Good to know. We will have enough on our plate dealing with the quake and tsunami.
JeffreyFMiller31 karma2018-05-15 21:17:55 UTC
What is the latest thinking regarding South Sister in central Oregon? I know there was some expansion going on in the 2000s, but my understanding is that the expansion has slowed down. Is there still significant concern about South Sister as a near-term hazard?
JeffreyFMiller12 karma2018-05-15 21:41:40 UTC
I've always been very interested in the Newberry volcano, because it's so different from the others in the Cascades. Did it form due to the subduction of the Juan de Fuca plate, or is it built from a different mechanism?
JeffreyFMiller1 karma2018-05-15 22:03:53 UTC
How likely is an eruption in Long Valley?
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