“There is normally a rise in seismic activity before a volcano erupts, and according to theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, a long overdue eruption at Yellowstone could “rip the guts out of the USA”…”
” Yellowstone supervolcano has been hit by a series of earthquakes, with more 400 recorded since June 12. The latest was recorded on Monday, June 19, with a magnitude 3 earthquake striking 8.6 miles north northeast of West Yellowstone, Montana.”
RT – Hundreds of earthquakes near Yellowstone supervolcano up eruption fears
LINK – https://youtu.be/WM5S_WWAFIE
LINK – http://youtu.be/4bEJNkBOGAc
And she has even more reports on her channel.
It started in Nevada –
5.5 quake – Hawthorne, Nev. – USGS Report | MAP
Then – looking at Yellowstone – we see this –
An area north of Yellowstone Nat’l Park in southeast Idaho had a big quake swarm of 2-3M earthquakes in a small area.
RSOE MAP (it isn’t over)
NOTE: There is internet connection trouble (damaged cable) in my region so the outage prevented earlier posting of this news.
UPDATE: California has 4M + quakes today – SEE the LIST on RSOE
It’s 20-30 miles from the caldera, shallow – about 3 miles deep.
NOTE: There’s lots of large earthquakes in the South Seas and South America – so look at the sidebar here for news. Some are on the FC blog – but it’s hard to keep up!
A recent swarm of more than 120 earthquakes near Mount St. Helens — all below a magnitude 0.5 — comes as a reminder to scientists and residents alike that while the volcano has been relatively “well-behaved” recently, another eruption is inevitable. Our news partners at the Columbian recently got in touch with scientists who study, in part, the volcano and the land beneath it. To them, these quakes are a window into what’s going on underground, and can be helpful for directing further research. “Each of these little earthquakes is a clue and a reminder we are marching toward an eruption someday,” said Weston Thelen, a U.S. Geological Survey seismologist with the Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, as reported in the Columbian.
Wired – A Swarm of Earthquakes Shakes Mount St. Helens