Redoubt eruption sequence is Earth Science Picture of the Day 13 February 2010Posted by admin in Alaska, Redoubt.
Tags: Alaska, Redoubt, United States, volcano images
The Universities Space Research Association Earth Science Picture of the Day for 13 February 2010 is a sequence taken by the USGS’s Bill Burton showing the first known ash emission of the March 2009 eruption of Redoubt Volcano. The activity shown in the sequence took place on 15 March 2009, and the full-scale eruption began one week later. There is a helpful and informative caption with the images, but it’s very sad to see a reputable academic site linking not once but twice to articles at a popular and laughable user-edited internet encyclopedia rather than taking the trouble to find and refer to proper sources. This kind of thing should not be encouraged: the internet is dumb enough already.
[H/T: Callan Bentley, NOVA Geoblog.]