Sunday, March 05, 2006

Another active night on Mount St Helens

The lavadome on Mount St Helens was very active last night, with multiple hotspots and outbursts occurring between sunset and 01:30 - when the clouds once again obscured the view. The image above combines all of the images from last night showing the extent of activity on the growing lavadome. For animations of the activity please visit the Mount St Helens at Night website.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Pam said...

I was just playing at the VolcanoCam when I found the link to your site. I noticed that this is the most recent post about Mount St Helens. Has there been no post-worthy activity since March 5th?

Also, have you been paying attention to Mt. Augustine up in Alaska?

Anyway, I appreciate your blog and the work you've done. My coworkers are laughing at me because I pointed out your blog and explained that I'm not the only Helens Junkie out there.

2006-04-21, 3:03 PM  
Blogger Daz said...

G'day Pam,

There have been a few good night's, but the weather has been bad and I've been distracted/bust with other things - so the blog wasn't updated as often as it should have been.

I also updated the website where all the nightly animations are posted, that is one thing that I have managed to keep up to date on a regular basis!

http://www.luscombe-carter.com

2006-05-06, 4:28 PM  

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