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Looking inside Yellowstone, at the Eruptions blog 4 February 2010

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Today Dr Klemetti looks inside the structure of the Yellowstone Caldera in a terrifically informative post at Eruptions and explains (among many other things) why the fact that the earthquakes in the current swarm are apparently getting shallower is no big deal.

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1. Ton van der Aa - 4 February 2010

Any news on the underwater volcano eruption near japan?
I just watch a videoclip of it on a dutch news site.

http://www.nuvideo.nl/wetenschap/34911/mogelijke-uitbarsting-zeevulkaan-gefilmd.html

In dutch it is it says a volcano 5 km off shore at the bonin islands or something it says in japan known as the Ogasawara Group islands.


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