'Yellowstone Vulkaan op knappen?'

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Er is helemaal niets aan de hand, volgens een US expert ! :-* :lasertaser:



http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/s ... 715811.htm
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:-* iets met ineens verdwijnende berichten op het net en kuch! de link van orbit:

No imminent volcano eruption in Yellowstone National Park, says U.S. expert
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english2010/s ... 715811.htm

English.news.cn 2011-02-01 09:37:45

By George Bao

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) - No volcano eruption is expected imminently in Yellowstone National Park in the United States as speculated by some news reports, geophysicist Peter Cervelli said on Monday.

News reports both from the United States and some foreign countries said scientists were predicting that the world's largest super-volcano in Yellowstone National Park, one of America's most popular national parks, could erupt in the near future.

Reports said Yellowstone National Park's caldera has erupted three times in the last 2.1 million years and researchers monitoring it say there could be in for another eruption.

They said that the super-volcano underneath the Wyoming park has been rising at a record rate since 2004 - its floor has gone up three inches per year for the last three years alone, the fastest rate since records began in 1923.

Asked to comment on the speculation, Cervelli of the Yellowstone National Park Volcano Science Center, told Xinhua in an interview that the eruption of a big volcano is possible, but it is " extremely unlikely it will erupt in a near term."

"You are talking about a volcano that has not been erupted for hundred thousand years or so. We do not really expect any imminent volcanic activity. There is no panic, there is no alarm. Basically things in Yellowstone are doing what they are always doing. It is a very active place geologically, but that does not mean a volcano is going to erupt imminently," Cervelli told Xinhua.

He said the volcano in the Yellowstone National Park is a very large volcano. It has three very large eruptions in the past 2.1 million years or so. The most recent eruption was 640,000 years ago.

He said a team of scientists are monitoring the Yellowstone National Park very closely with GPS and other advanced technology.

He said the volcano is quite well monitored. A few months ago, some scientists at the University of Utah and elsewhere threw out some observations where the GPS receivers had measured uplift of Yellowstone from 2004 and 2009.

He said the uplift was pretty consistent in that interval, but since 2009, the uplift slowed down.

Cervelli did not say whether the slowdown of uplift is a good sign or bad sign, but he stressed: "We think that all the activities that we have seen so far are normal activity for this volcano. It is not absolutely silent, it is not absolutely quiet. We do not expect it absolutely quiet because none of the active volcanoes all over the world are always quiet. The measurements from the GPS are not alarming. They are very interesting from a scientific view and they help us understand what's going on beneath the volcano. But they are not alarming."

He said over his career, he has participated in over 10 to 11 responses to volcanoes that actually did erupt.

"So I do have some experience in distinguishing signals or data we measured that pointing to the eruption and signals that are just part of the normal background behavior of the volcano. The signals received at Yellowstone are just part of the normal background," said Cervelli.

He said some people got to the television to give their opinions on whether the volcano will erupt, but if you have somebody who is educated and experienced and actually has worked at Yellowstone, " none of those people is alarmed," he affirmed.

He said the volcano research center will release its scientific report on a regular basis, and some intended to emphasize some points that are really not true.

He said if the volcano in Yellowstone did erupt, it will be the same size as the last eruption, which will be devastating and will have a very serious impact on global economy. Not only the United States, but the whole world will be impacted.

"But it is a very remote possibility. It does not happen very often especially on a time span of human life. I would say the chance of a big eruption in our life time is extremely very small. You are talking about something that is roughly the possibility of an asteroid striking the earth. You are talking about something that occurs on time of a hundred thousand to a million years. So it is not on the top of my list to be worried about. We do have all the instruments there to monitor the volcano. If something really bad would happen, we would know about it for months or even years in advance," said Cervelli.

The National Geographic News reported last week that beginning in 2004, scientists saw the ground above the caldera rise upward at rates as high as 2.8 inches (7 centimeters) a year. The rate slowed between 2007 and 2010 to a centimeter a year or less. Still, since the start of the swelling, ground levels over the volcano have been raised by as much as 10 inches (25 centimeters) in places.

"It's an extraordinary uplift, because it covers such a large area and the rates are so high," the National Geographic News quoted Bob Smith from the University of Utah, a longtime expert in Yellowstone's volcanism, as saying.

Scientists think a swelling magma reservoir four to six miles ( seven to ten kilometers) below the surface is driving the uplift. Fortunately, the surge doesn't seem to herald an imminent catastrophe, Smith said.

"At the beginning we were concerned it could be leading up to an eruption," said Smith.

"But once we saw (the magma) was at a depth of ten kilometers, we weren't so concerned. If it had been at depths of two or three kilometers (one or two miles), we'd have been a lot more concerned, " said Smith.

He said studies of the surge may offer valuable clues about what 's going on in the volcano's subterranean plumbing, which may eventually help scientists predict when Yellowstone's next volcanic "burp" will break out.

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za 05 feb 2011, 02:27

die vulkaan gaat niet de lucht in hij is super rustig. heb persoonlijk een mail gestuurd naar die mensen en ze zeiden dat wat de vulkaan nu doet heel normaal is dus geen zorgen mensen anders kun je zelf kijken
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za 05 feb 2011, 02:31

[quote name="w van hoof"]die vulkaan gaat niet de lucht in hij is super rustig. heb persoonlijk een mail gestuurd naar die mensen en ze zeiden dat wat de vulkaan nu doet heel normaal is dus geen zorgen mensen anders kun je zelf kijken


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gr[/quote] is echt waar
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Magnitude 2.7 - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING
2011 February 05 08:49:37 UTC

http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/ ... 005625.php
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Ook via orbit en bij deze gaan we gezellig ddwwood met z'n allen vermoed ik

Super-volcano watch: Heightened seismic activity seen at Yellowstone
Posted on February 5, 2011 by The Extinction Protocol

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Ik zeg niet dat we allemaal dood gaan, maar oplettend mogen we wel zijn. Ik hoop dat we het deze maand rustig houden, ik hou te veel van de zomer, en heb geen zin in een ijstijd.

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Ook is de webcam al bijna een maand dood, wat is er nou moeilijk aan een webcam? Vreemd hoor! :-?
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[quote name="Orbit"]Ik zeg niet dat we allemaal dood gaan, maar oplettend mogen we wel zijn. Ik hoop dat we het deze maand rustig houden, ik hou te veel van de zomer, en heb geen zin in een ijstijd.

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:lol: solly maar dit The Extinction Protocol deed me niet aan vrolijk en leven denken vandaar het "we gaan ddwwood" van mij erbij :oops:
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Oke oke dit is redelijk opvallend nieuws mensen! Dieren gaan massaal dood in en om en nabij de Yellowstone vulkaan...

Lees maar even:

Record wildlife die-offs reported in Northern Rockies

SALMON, Idaho — A record number of big-game animals perished this winter in parts of Montana, Idaho and Wyoming from a harsh season of unusually heavy snows and sustained cold in the Northern Rockies, state wildlife managers say.

"Elk, deer and moose -- those animals are having a pretty tough time," said Wyoming Game and Fish biologist Doug Brimeyer.

Snow and frigid temperatures in pockets of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming arrived earlier and lingered longer than usual, extending the time that wildlife were forced to forage on low reserves for scarce food, leading more of them to starve.

Based on aerial surveys of big-game herds and signals from radio-collared animals, experts are documenting high mortality among offspring of mule deer, white-tailed deer and pronghorn antelope.

This comes as big-game animals enter the last stretch of a period from mid-March through early May that is considered critical for survival.

Wildlife managers estimate die-offs in the tens of thousands across thousands of square miles that span prairie in northeastern Montana, the upper Snake River basin in Idaho near Yellowstone National Park and the high country of northwestern Wyoming near the exclusive resort of Jackson.

Brimeyer said the estimated death rate doubled among deer fawns in the Jackson area this year, rising to 60 percent or more from 30 percent.

He said many thousands more elk have crowded the feeding grounds of the National Elk Refuge near Jackson, yet another sign of the toll winter is exacting.

The trend also is pronounced in a wildlife management area near McCall in the mountains of central Idaho, where the estimated mortality rate among mule deer fawns is 90 percent this winter, compared with an average annual rate of 20 percent.

Mike Scott, regional wildlife biologist in McCall for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, said how animals fare during the lean months of winter -- when snow blankets the woody shrubs and wild plants they favor -- is tied to fattening in fall.

"Deer are mostly living on body fat through the winter. If it goes on too long, they run out of gas," he said.

Fawns born in early June are more resilient than fawns born as late as July since older offspring have more time to add to their body mass.

Pronghorn antelope have been hit hard in eastern and northeastern Montana, where wildlife managers say nothing akin to this season's die-offs has been seen in 30-plus years.

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks biologist Howard Burt said pronghorn in winter seek to migrate to areas of less snow.

This season, that migration turned deadly for 700 or more antelope in northeastern Montana after the animals traveled along plowed railroad corridors and were killed by trains.

Scientists said their aim is to mitigate the effects of the die-offs by reducing pressure placed on herds by such activities as hunting and by delaying opening of wildlife habitat areas to people and vehicles.

As Idaho wildlife biologist Bret Stansberry put it: "We can't do anything about the weather, we can only deal with the aftermath."

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Magnitude 3.3 - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING
2011 May 08 04:32:20 UTC

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Magnitude 3.3
Date-Time

Sunday, May 08, 2011 at 04:32:20 UTC
Saturday, May 07, 2011 at 10:32:20 PM at epicenter

Location 44.818°N, 110.992°W
Depth 6.6 km (4.1 miles)
Region YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYOMING
Distances

19 km (12 miles) NNE (28°) from West Yellowstone, MT
33 km (20 miles) SW (222°) from Gardiner, MT
45 km (28 miles) NE (38°) from Island Park, ID
439 km (273 miles) ENE (70°) from Boise, ID
458 km (284 miles) N (9°) from Salt Lake City, UT

Location Uncertainty horizontal +/- 0.5 km (0.3 miles); depth +/- 1.2 km (0.7 miles)
Parameters NST= 39, Nph= 39, Dmin=7 km, Rmss=0.36 sec, Gp= 36°,
M-type=local magnitude (ML), Version=1
Source

University of Utah Seismograph Stations

Event ID uu00006911

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