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United States Geological Survey Explains What They Believe Happened At Biscuit Basin Explosion

Bitchute 25 Jul 2024
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Yellowstone shuts down Biscuit Basin for summer after hydrothermal explosion damaged boardwalk

Usatoday 25 Jul 2024
... geologic hazards," Lisa Morgan, an emeritus U.S. Geological Survey research geologist, wrote for the Yellowstone Caldera Chronicles, a Yellowstone Volcano Observatory publication ... Geological Survey.
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US state is hit with barrage of earthquakes up to 5.0 magnitude in past 48 hours

The Daily Mail 25 Jul 2024
'We can say with confidence that these are related to oil and gas extractions,' Justin Rubinstein, a geophysicist with the US Geological Survey (USGS) in Menlo Park, California told USA Today.
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If Yellowstone's volcanic system erupted, how could it impact Colorado?

Fox31 Denver 25 Jul 2024
Video ... Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey told Nexstar that hydrothermal explosions like the one that occurred this week are "not a sign of impending volcanic eruptions." ... (U.S. Geological Survey / public domain) ... Geological Survey) ... .
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The Pantagraph 25 Jul 2024
Source ... Geological Survey data . Image Credit ... This .
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5.7-magnitude quake hits Kermadec Islands, New Zealand

Xinhua 25 Jul 2024
Geological Survey said ... ■. 5.7-magnitude quake hits Kermadec Islands, New Zealand. .
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Ethiopia landslide death toll reaches 257 as UN warns it could surpass 500

CNN 25 Jul 2024
The landslides hit thousands of people in Gofa Zone on Sunday and Monday and are the deadliest ever reported in Ethiopia, Africa’s second most populous country ... Ethiopia is prone to landslides during the rainy season, according to geological surveys ... .
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Pesticides Can Equal Smoking in Hiking Risks for Cancer

Atlantic News Telegraph 25 Jul 2024
... more to a cocktail of pesticides within their region,” explained Zapata, so the new analysis tracked exposures to 69 common pesticides, based on usage data from the United States Geological Survey.
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Data shows Flint River rose 8 feet following record-breaking rainfall

The Flushing View 25 Jul 2024
FLINT TWP. — New data shows that the Flint River rose eight feet due to record-breaking rainfall brought upon by remnants of Hurricane Beryl ... The reading was recorded by a United States Geological Survey gauge ... “All that water has to go somewhere.” ... .
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Electra Battery discovers new copper showing in Idaho

Resource World 25 Jul 2024
Electra Battery Materials Corp ... Highlights ... Geological Survey ... In follow-up to the very limited field work completed in 2023 at the MHS, a follow-up field mineral prospecting and geological mapping program has been proposed for the area ... ....
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Yellowstone’s popular Biscuit Basin is closed for the summer after hydrothermal explosion

CNN 25 Jul 2024
... Tuesday morning that launched debris hundreds of feet in the air and damaged the surrounding area, officials with the National Park Service and the US Geological Survey said in a statement Wednesday.
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Flooding After Wildfires

Cascade Business News 25 Jul 2024
Resources Are Available. Post-fire flooding can affect many parts of our communities, and the US Geological Survey (USGS) offers excellent technical resources and a helpful tip sheet for staying safe if you’re worried about post-fire risks ... m-m.net.
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New guide aims to help Charleston homeowners weather South Carolina's changing climate

Aiken Standard 25 Jul 2024
Its goal is to prioritize "lower cost" solutions that can be applied incrementally to homes across the city. SC Climate and Environment News ... Geological Survey considers most of South Carolina's Lowcountry in the "highest hazard" zones for earthquakes.

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