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5/08/2015 — Dormant Supervolcano in California shows movement below — sign of California pressure
May 8, 2015 Michael Janitch Leave a comment

The past week of earthquakes (up to May 8, 2015) reveals tremendous seismic pressure building in the Southwest / West coast of the United States.
MONO LAKE-Dormant Supervolcano-California shows movement below — sign of pressure Past-7-days-of-2.5m-and-greater-earthquakes-may-8-2015Above: Past 7 days of earthquakes 2.5M+ in the United States, up to May 8, 2015 115am CDT
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On top of all the other dormant volcanic activity happening globally, such as ancient volcanoes waking up in Japan after 800 years of silence, and unexpected eruptions in Chile — we now are seeing movement begin around MULTIPLE dormant volcanoes along the West coast of the United States.
This comes on top of the news of a fresh underwater eruption occurring off the West coast of Oregon.
Most recently, now we see earthquake movement directly at Mono Lake Supervolcano, which is located in Central Eastern California, along the Nevada border.
MONO LAKE-Dormant Supervolcano-California shows movement below — sign of pressure Supervolcano-may-7-2015
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Information on this event at Mono Lake from the USGS:
M2.6 – 43km ESE of Bridgeport, California
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nn00493348#scientific_origin:nn_nn00493348
[th]Magnitude / uncertainty[/th][th]Location / uncertainty[/th][th]Depth / uncertainty[/th][th]Origin Time[/th][th]Number of Stations[/th][th]Number of Phases[/th][th]Minimum Distance[/th][th]Travel Time Residual[/th][th]Azimuthal Gap[/th][th]FE Region[/th]
2.6 ml± 0.4
38.041°N 118.817°W± 1.3 km
6.8 km± 1.4
2015-05-08 03:58:05.870 UTC
12
16
4.01 km (0.04°)
0.1815 sec
90.21°
Central California (40)
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If this movement at Mono Lake, CA was on its own, then we might say it was just “chance” or “coincidence”….. or maybe we might incorrectly think it was just “normal” small seismic activity which one might see at a time of global seismic unrest elsewhere.
But if you knew about the OTHER dormant volcanoes which showed movement this past week, then you might reconsider your definition of “normal”, and thus reconsider what we might be observing take place along the West Coast.
9 out of the 10 past most recent earthquakes on the West coast were DIRECTLY at volcanic locations.
Recent examples below.
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2.9M earthquake near Lassen Volcanic Center, May 7 2015:
MONO LAKE-Dormant Supervolcano-California shows movement below — sign of pressure Lassen-volcanic-center-earthquake-may-7-2015
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Information on the Lassen Volcanic Center 2.9 (3.1M revised) earthquake from the USGS:
M2.9 – 10km WNW of Greenville, California
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/earthquakes/eventpage/nc72444676#scientific_origin:nc_nc72444676
[th]Magnitude / uncertainty[/th][th]Location / uncertainty[/th][th]Depth / uncertainty[/th][th]Origin Time[/th][th]Number of Stations[/th][th]Number of Phases[/th][th]Minimum Distance[/th][th]Travel Time Residual[/th][th]Azimuthal Gap[/th][th]FE Region[/th]
2.9 md± 0.1
40.167°N 121.068°W± 0.2 km
6.4 km± 0.5
2015-05-07 13:56:18.300 UTC
41
43
6.50 km (0.06°)
0.08 sec
66°
Northern California (36)
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