Posted by edro on May 31, 2012
Japan’s collapse rate is accelerating
Based on their models, FIRE-EARTH Moderators have posted the following forecast:
FIRE-EARTH FORECAST: The rate of Japan’s collapse to intensify.
- Current: 0.067
- Forecast: 0.083
- EHC: 0.117
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Posted by edro on June 15, 2009
Sarychev Peak a Russian Volcano in Matua Island, central Kurils, spewed two ash plumes
Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Aqua satellite passed overhead at 2:10 p.m. local time (2:10 a.m. UTC). The volcano had apparently produced a high-altitude ash plume. In this photo-like image, the brown ash plume forms a circular opaque cloud immediately southwest of Ostrov Matua, casting a large shadow to the north. Farther away from the summit, thinner ash plumes mingle with clouds. Clouds and ash swirl in von Karman vortices west of the volcanic island. The red outline along the ash cloud’s edge indicates a hotspot of high surface temperature resulting from volcanic activity. NASA image courtesy MODIS Rapid Response Team, Goddard Space Flight Center. Caption by Michon Scott.
For more information see:
In the Majestic Earth’s Service: Sarychev Peak Spews Two Plumes of Ash, Helping to Balance Earth’s Energy Budget
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