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Undersea Volcano Gave Off Signals Before Eruption in 2011

June 10, 2012

spider crab inspects an ocean-bottom hydrophone A team of scientists that created waves last year by correctly forecasting the 2011 eruption of Axial Seamount years in advance now says that the undersea volcano, located some 250 miles off the Oregon coast, gave off clear signals hours before its impending eruption. Full Story

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