connor_flak3 karma2020-05-12 18:13:17 UTC
How would you know if Yellowstone was about to erupt? I would imagine the early warning signs would be much much different from a cascade composite volcano...
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connor_flak2 karma2020-05-12 18:02:47 UTC
What early warning signs do Cascade volcanologists look for when predicting an eruption or mudflow? Are they the same for say, Mt. St Helens and Mt. Rainier?
connor_flak2 karma2020-05-12 17:52:42 UTC
How common is it for a composite volcano like Mt. St Helens to erupt in a lateral blast? I listened to a speaker who believed that there was evidence of lateral eruptions triggered by massive landslides in the ancient Absarokas.
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