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Redoubt volcano stops shaking

ANCHORAGE - The swarm of small shallow earthquakes that began April 5 at the Redoubt volcano has ended, and the shaking returned to background levels. The Alaska Volcano Observatory lowered the aviation code Monday from...
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Scientists: Redoubt volcano unchanged

ANCHORAGE - Redoubt volcano's exterior appears to be unchanged, despite a swarm of earthquakes at the peak earlier this week, scientists with the Alaska...
Mount Redoubt volcano alert downgraded

ANCHORAGE - Mount Redoubt volcano appears to have finally settled down, months after its last major eruptive event. The Alaska Volcano Observatory on Tuesday downgraded...
Mount Redoubt volcano rumbles again

ANCHORAGE - Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano is rumbling again. The Alaska Volcano Observatory said a series of small earthquakes began occurring around the summit of the...
Redoubt Volcano still active and restless

ANCHORAGE - Alaska's Redoubt Volcano is still active, but little has changed in the past 24 hours. Scientists at the Alaska Volcano Observatory said Thursday that...
Budget cuts pare real-time monitoring of volcanoes

...happening ... and think, 'Oh, why should we throw money at that?'" said Bollert, who was on duty in 1989 when the Redoubt Volcano blew 115 miles from Anchorage.Following that eruption, several aircraft experienced damage from ash - including...
Mount Redoubt rumbles again

...appear imminent, geologists said, but they cautioned that conditions could evolve rapidly. The 10,200-foot Redoubt Volcano is about 100 miles southwest of Anchorage. Ash from the volcano could harm engines and is especially dangerous for...
Murkowski urges passage of volcano warning bill

...Republican says passengers grounded by Iceland eruptions should consider themselves lucky. A jet in 1989 flew through a Redoubt Volcano ash cloud and had all its engines stopped. The jet dropped more than two miles before they were restarted. Murkowski...
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Recession hurts Anchorage air cargo business

...the Lower 48 began to sag in mid-2007. By last year, it was in a slump. The eruption of Cook Inlet's Mount Redoubt volcano, which filled the sky with dangerous ash and scared away some cargo carriers until early May, made it even worse...
Redoubt sparks lightning studies

...Guengerich noted that scientists observed several different phases of electrical activity in the process. "When Redoubt volcano erupted, Tech scientists and researchers had their first-ever data from an initial eruption of an explosive volcano...


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