Friday, May 01, 2015

Underwater Axial Volcano erupted last week

ST Axial Volcano map

Axial Volcano (or Seamount) is the only active underwater volcano that is “being watched.” Scientists have placed instruments to measure movement, tilt, temperature, etc., and 600 miles of coaxial cable. It rises about 3,000 feet above the ocean floor and is about a mile below the surface; 300 miles offshore of Washington.

Thursday, April 23, there was a major event. Excited scientists!

Seattle Times

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