Is it linked or not? Is the Megaquake in New Zealand playing a role in the current enhanced volcanic activity recorded around the world?

Probably not, but it’s part of the whole geological change, the Earth changes, that are currently underway.

Signs of unrest at Frosty volcano, Alaska?

On Saturday November 12, 2016, a small portion of the summit bedrock spire of Frosty collapsed and formed a prominent linear avalanche track of rock, ice, and snow. The precise timing of the avalanche is not currently known.

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Avalanche at Frosty Volcano, Alaska, Sign of volcanic unrest?

According to AVO, the collapse is not due to volcanic activity and was likely the result of the failure of unstable, altered and weakened rock that makes up the summit of the volcano. No other signs of unrest have been detected at Frosty and the volcano has had no confirmed historical eruptions. AVO does not interpret the avalanche as a sign of precursory volcanic unrest.

Eruption at Kilaue continues non-stop

Kilauea Volcano continues to erupt at its summit and East Rift Zone.

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The summit lava lake level has fluctuated with the changes in tilt and spattering and was around 10 m (33 ft) below the floor of Halema’uma’u Crater.

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Whether it’s connected or not the Megaquake in New Zealand may be playing a role in the current enhanced volcanic activity recorded around the world. Seismic activity is taking place in multiple locations around the world.  We are seeing Volcanic activity at Sabancaya volcano. On Saturday November 12, 2016, a small portion of the summit bedrock spire of Frosty collapsed and formed a prominent linear avalanche track of rock, ice, and snow.

The precise timing of the avalanche is not currently known. According to AVO, the collapse is not due to volcanic activity and was likely the result of the failure of unstable, altered and weakened rock that makes up the summit of the volcano. No other signs of unrest have been detected at Frosty and the volcano has had no confirmed historical eruptions. AVO does not interpret the avalanche as a sign of precursory volcanic unrest. READ MORE