We’re Barely Listening to the U.S.’s Most Dangerous Volcanoes

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We’re Barely Listening to the U.S.’s Most Dangerous Volcanoes

Post by LoriWinters » Tue Sep 10, 2019 5:43 pm

"A thicket of red tape and regulations have made it difficult for volcanologists to build monitoring stations along Mount Hood and other active volcanoes."

Mount Hood in Oregon is one of 161 active volcanoes in the United States, many of them in the Pacific Northwest’s Cascade Range.CreditCreditAmanda Lucier for The New York Times

By Shannon Hall
Sept. 9, 2019



https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/09/scie ... _campaign=

This is a pretty long read, but I found this article a little scary. Figures government red tape and bs is preventing them from monitoring these sleeeping giants...Lord help us if one of them go off...

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