Category Archives: Redoubt volcano


As much as I’d like a plinian eruption at some remote volcano to write about, that’s just not happening today. The planet has been seismically quite interesting of over the last couple weeks, with some volcanoes getting our attention, like … Continue reading

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Watching Redoubt

Alaska’s Redoubt volcano bears watching of late, but then it’s always been one to keep an eye on, as it is the most active Holocene stratovolcano in the Cook Inlet.  On AVO’s seismographs it appears as the most seismically active … Continue reading

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