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Globe and MailMount Redoubt earthquakes decreaseKTUUThe Alaska Volcano Observatory says seismic activity at Mount Redoubt has decreased. (File/KTUU-DT) by Channel 2 News staff ANCHORAGE, Alaska -- The Alaska ...Mount Redoubt quakes decline after alert level raised MondayHomer NewsEarthquake activity lessens below Alaska volcanoThe Associated PressRedoubt seismic activity drops after day of quakesAnchorage Daily NewsDrop News (blog) -KTVA CBS 11 News Alaska -Alaska Dispatchall 452 news articles »
Should govt take lessons from enemy?Times of IndiaDantewada and the forests in the area are really the Naxal redoubt and though the CRPF group may have been tailed for a while, the attackers were possibly ...and more »
Is the Ring of Fire wakening up?The Spokesman ReviewAs of yesterday, a series of small earthquakes have been occurring near Mount Redoubt in Alaska, raising the possibility that Redoubt is once again about to ...
Telegraph.co.uk (blog)General Election 2010: Now for the hard partTelegraph.co.uk (blog)Mr Brown's visit to the Kent seats suggests a campaign that is not quite ready to retreat to its Bavarian redoubt. An election campaign is a slog, ...and more »
Same-sex couples urged to fill out censusphillyBurbs.comThe Alaska Volcano Observatory says a series of small earthquakes began occurring early Monday near the summit of Mount Redoubt, about 100 miles southwest ...and more »
9&10 News7 W.Va. miners dead...Firefight video authentic...Nuclear arms review9&10 NewsA swarm of small earthquakes began today at Mount Redoubt near Anchorage. One scientist says, "It is reminding us that it is an active volcano. ...
Alaska Air Group Reports March TrafficPR-USA.net (press release)Last year's on-time performance was negatively impacted by the eruption of Mount Redoubt in Alaska. The airline's on-time performance for the 12 months ...and more »
Revamped Redoubt Fortress reopeningEastbourne TodayEASTBOURNE'S iconic landmark the Redoubt Fortress and Military Museum will be opening for business this weekend after a £70000 facelift. ...and more »
Monday Morning Coffee: Saving A Seat For Elijah Edition.Capitol Ideas with John L. Micek (blog)We're coming to you from our Garden State redoubt this morning, where La Famiglia de Capitol Ideas is celebrating Passover. As a consequence, we're going to ...and more »
Don Young pitches volcano monitoringKenai Peninsula OnlineTwo days and a year after the first explosion in 2009 at the summit of Mount Redoubt, Rep. ...and more »
Time lapse video of volcanic activity at Mount Redoubt 2009. Video was taken from the beach at Anchor Point.
A short section of seismic data (from last year, February 2009) from AV.RSO seismic station converted into sound waveform. Made to show an example of tremors, volcanic earthquakes, bursts of seismic activity. Playing speed is 225 times faster than realtime in order to bring the original 100 Hz sample rate to 22500 Hz Programs used to make this video: VASE 2.8 Audacity 1.3.10 Internal SAC to WAV conversion tools FRAPS Avidemux 2.5 The facilities of the IRIS Data Management System, and specifically the IRIS Data Management Center, were used for access to the waveform required in this video. The IRIS DMS is funded through the National Science Foundation and specifically the GEO Directorate through the Instrumentation and Facilities Program of the National Science Foundation under Cooperative Agreement EAR-0552316.
Credit To AVO And Many Others For These Fantastic Images.
Footage of the 2009 eruption event at Redoubt Volcano in Alaska. Special thanks to AVO, Dr Jake, ERA helicopters.
this i the Drop redoubt nepolionic fort, not all of the fort is open, and some of it is, thanks to the WHPS ( western heights preservation society) we were able to see inside, on the open day :D
Recorded June 24, 2007. This video is of my half-day excursion with Rust's Flying Service. We flew 70 miles southwest of Anchorage by seaplane to Lake Clark Wilderness Preserve, site of Redoubt Bay Lodge and incredible Alaska black bear viewing by boat with an experienced natural history guide. From: timvp.com
Timelapse video of the growth and change over two weeks of time of the blocky lava dome on the summit of Redoubt volcano, from the 2009 eruption. Blending effect added between stills. Footage taken from Alaska Volcano Observatory's new Hut webcam. For scale, the waterfall was more than 100 meters tall at the beginning of the video.
This is a video trailer for a mission arc I've created in the City of Heroes architect. This arc is a sequel to Redoubt Operations #1: Fires over Kalago. Visit tinyurl.com for more about this mission arc series. Here is a description of the plot of this mission arc After their bid for control of the nation of Kalago has been thwarted by Redoubt and their heroic allies the Mechanius Imperium focuses it's ire squarely upon the forces of Redoubt as First Emperor Surtr declares total war against the organization. Needing fresh faces to enact his schemes the Emperor sends out agents from his State department to find willing agents to enact his schemes, promising them rewards in wealth, technology, and perhaps even immigrations into his nation, as reward for their assistance in his endeavor. With these new agents of discord at his disposal Emperor Surtr proceeds with his plan to not only crush the strength of Redoubt, but it's spirit as well. It is a plan that when completed will have Redoubt fighting against one another while the world turns it's back on the would be heroes. The music used in the background of this arc is from the coh publicly available music files for projects like this. The track used is "m2_loop". The voice of Surtr is my voice with some alteration done to it. This arc currently is currently in the process of being created. Updates will appear here when the arc is finally finished.
Most of This war takes place out at Fort Redoubt. The only reason im filming is because my gun broke 0 :( Hope everyone likes it. Sorry if its not perfectly still. This battle took place on April 25, 2009
Footage of the 2009 Mt. Redoubt Eruption, taken from a small aircraft flying in the close proximity of the volcano.
This is some of my work on the weekend of March 28th and 29th when ash fell on Anchorage for the first time in Redoubt's 2009 activity
The snow is grey and the air is ashy on April 4, 2009. What will happen to the 6 million gallons of oil Chevron left at the base of the volcano? Hopefully the Cook Inlet won't have another mess like the one the Exxon Valdez made in 1989. The effects are still being felt.
Mt Redoubt, near Anchorage Alaska erupted again this morning at 1400UTC with a substantial burst. This video is a rough time lapse of a radar scan of the eruption, assembled by Ephemerata Weather Radar, based on data from the NWS AHG station Kenai, directly across Cook Inlet from Mt Redoubt. (An improved edition of this clip is now online at: www.youtube.com ) This is a "Short Range Composite" scan, a NEXRAD scan focusing on all radar altitudes and reflection densities. While calibrated for atmospheric water, it will detect steam and ash laden volcanic eruptions. You can observe the heavier ash drop quickly from the scan, and the steam component moving further SE. Copyright 2009, Ephemerata Weather Radar
This is a video trailer for a mission arc I've created in the City of Heroes architect. A short description of the arc is as follows. The recent discovery of impervium deposits has sparked unrest in the small country of Kalago in southern Africa. When tensions escalate Redoubt requests assistance from heroes to keep the peace. Little does anyone know the chaos is about to attract an even bigger threat. Players will face a series of four different missions in their quest to return peace to the country of Kalago. Along the way they'll accomplish such tasks as rescuing the abducted Prime Minister, rescuing civilians caught in the middle of a Sky Raider and Mechnaius Imperium warzone, repelling an Imperium sneak attack, and finally riding the region of Mechanius forces. The arc contains one Elite Boss and one Arch-villain. Both Redoubt and the Mechanius Imperium are detailed on www.virtueverse.com. New background information is continually being added and more information on Kalago, the mission arc, and a timeline, will be forthcoming there as well. Visit my virtueverse page at www.virtueverse.com to find links to all my articles on the site. Or you can visit my homepage at furluge.gotdns.com which has ever-expanding links to my works online. To comment on playing the arc itself please comment on the City of Heroes forums at http
This is a flyby of Mount Redoubt and the Drift River in Alaska. Video Footage from Google Earth
AVO - Alaska Volcano Observatory - www.avo.alaska.edu 2009-03-28 15:47:42 Another explosive eruption of Redoubt volcano occurred at approximately 15:29 AKDT (23:29 UTC). NWS reports a radar cloud top above 35000 ft above sea level. Seismicity is still quite elevated. NWS - National Weather Service - pafc.arh.noaa.gov URGENT - WEATHER MESSAGE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ANCHORAGE AK 416 PM AKDT SAT MAR 28 2009 AKZ101-291330- /X.CON.PAFC.HW.W.0013.090329T1300Z-090330T0200Z/ ANCHORAGE- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...ANCHORAGE...EAGLE RIVER...INDIAN... EKLUTNA 416 PM AKDT SAT MAR 28 2009 ...HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM TO 6 PM AKDT SUNDAY ALONG TURNAGAIN ARM AND THE HILLSIDE... A HIGH WIND WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM TO 6 PM AKDT SUNDAY ALONG TURNAGAIN ARM AND THE HILLSIDE. A STRONG WEATHER FRONT WILL MOVE INTO THE NORTHERN GULF LATE TONIGHT. AHEAD OF THE FRONT THE PRESSURE GRADIENT WILL TIGHTEN AND CHANNEL STRONG WINDS THROUGH TURNAGAIN ARM AND THE HILLSIDE. WINDS WILL INCREASE TO 50 TO 65 MPH WITH GUSTS 75 TO 85 MPH DURING THE DAY ON SUNDAY. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... A HIGH WIND WARNING MEANS A HAZARDOUS HIGH WIND EVENT IS EXPECTED OR OCCURRING. PEOPLE ARE URGED TO SECURE LOOSE OBJECTS THAT COULD BE BLOWN AROUND OR DAMAGED BY THE WIND. AKZ121-290600- /X.NEW.PAFC.AF.Y.0010.090329T0016Z-090329T0600Z/ WESTERN KENAI PENINSULA- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...KENAI...SOLDOTNA...HOMER... COOPER LANDING 416 PM AKDT SAT MAR 28 2009 ...ASHFALL ADVISORY IN ...
we were snowboarding and noticed the ash cloud so i grabbed my camera and ran for the hills....top
March 28th, 2009 update on current activity of the Redoubt Volcano, located on the west side of the Cook Inlet, 50 miles from Kenai & the world famous Kenai River. Redoubt has erupted over 15 times in the last 7 days, multiple eruptions often occuring withing hours of one another. Little ash has fallen in the Kenai & Soldotna area, heavy ash has been reported in the Homer area of the Kenai Peninsula.
Mt. Redoubt volcanic eruption 1.The large viewing angle from the MTSAT-1R satellite offered a nice depiction of the initial volcanic eruption plume (below). 2.A 500-meter resolution MODIS true color Red/Green/Blue (RGB) composite image (below) shows a signature of ash fall on top of the pristine white snow cover of the Alaska Range (as denoted by the lighter brown tint). A higher resolution version is available from the Alaska Volcano Observatory. The volcanic plume could also be seen on imagery from the WSR-88D radar located near Kenai, Alaska (below). Surface ash falls of 1/8 to 1/4 inch were reported at Skwentna (northwest of Anchorage), and ash was reported on all airport surfaces at Talkeetna (north of Anchorage) — in fact, ash was reported on the ground as far north as Healy. 4.A sequence of 1-km resolution NOAA-15, NOAA-17 and NOAA-18 10.8 µm IR images (below) shows a few of the initial volcanic plume features (circled in cyan) at 4 different times — 06:52 UTC, just after the initial eruption; 11:46 UTC, with an elongated plume which had drifted off to the northeast of Redoubt; 13:27 UTC, with a more dense plume feature that appeared to be spreading out in a NW-SE direction; and 14:30 UTC, showing another dense plume that had spread out even further in the NS direction. 5.A sequence of 1-km resolution NOAA-15, NOAA-17 and NOAA-18 10.8 µm IR images (below) shows a few of the initial volcanic plume features (circled in cyan) at 4 different times — 06:52 UTC, just ...
the eruption of mount redoubt on march 22nd 2009 shooting ash as high as 65000 feet above sea level as of today. the night of the eruption it erupted 5 times. Mount redoubt is about 100 miles from the very popular city of anchorage. Lucky for them, the winds werent blowing there way. most of these images are after or during eruptions, some are showing the activity leading up to the eruption, and some are the flooding from the eruption of the volcano.
Video clip with audio of the eruptions/explosion of Redoubt volcano occurred on 2009/03/26 at 16:24 and 17:24 UTC. Footage is from the official Hut webcam. Playing speed is 80x realtime, sound is obtained from converted digital seismic traces of REF, RDN, RDT, DFR, NCT seismic stations. Lahars, pyroclastic flows and steaming from heated snow can be seen. Towards the end of this video (about minute 3:40) weather conditions start to clear up and the summit of the volcano becomes partially visible, revealing a column of gray ash. Sound from RDN and REF stations has been denoised. For audio spatiality, each station (channel) has been placed respectively, from the left to the right, in this order: NCT, RDN, DFR, REF, RDT. This partially reproduces their actual physical location. Official statement from AVO regarding the start of these events: "2009-03-26 08:56:56 - VAN/VONA AVO is raising the aviation color code to Red and the alert level to Warning at Redoubt volcano. An explosive event beginning at roughly 08:34 AKDT has produced an eruption cloud to at least 30000 ft. above sea level. The event continues." Alaska Volcano Observatory website for updates: www.avo.alaska.edu
Audio file of the seventh eruption/explosion of Redoubt volcano, occurred on 2009/03/25 at 13:12 UTC. Playing speed is 80x, sound is obtained from the converted seismic trace of REF seismic station. Official activity notification from AVO: "2009-03-25 05:53:13 - VAN/VONA A small explosion occurred at Redoubt volcano at 05:12 AKDT (1312 UTC). The cloud height is estimated to be about 15000 ft and is drifting north to northwest of the volcano. The event lasted about 10 minutes." Picture not related to this event. The webcams were filming darkness at the moment of the eruption. Image Creator: mcgimsey, Game; Image courtesy of AVO/USGS. Alaska Volcano Observatory website for updates: www.avo.alaska.edu
Alaska covered in ash from Mount Redoubt after volcano monitors said it would erupt any day now. Bobby Jindal says we don't need to be doing that anymore. It is "wasteful spending."
This video shows the aftermath of Mt Redoubt's eruptions. Includes a helicopter fly-by a day before the eruption. You are able to see the melt down occuring. Also shown is the massive flooding in Drift Valley from the eruption of Mt Redoubt.
Disaster Hour with Zac Shaw featuring an interview with geologist Dr. Ralph Reed. Learn about the recent eruption of Mount Redoubt in Alaska and the dangers of volcanic ash inhalation. We discuss pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconisis, not only the longest word in the English language, but a fatal condition.
Timelapse video from the Hut webcam by AVO of the sixth eruption/explosion of Redoubt volcano, occurred on 2009/03/24 at 04:10 UTC. Playing speed is 80x, sound is from the converted digital seismic traces of NCT and DFR seismic stations. Alaska Volcano Observatory website for updates: www.avo.alaska.edu
Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times overnight, sending an ash plume more than 9 miles into the air in the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years. Communities north of Anchorage are being showered by the dust. (March 23)
Volcanos erupt in Alaska. Mt Redoubt yesterday 3/22/2009 and Mt Spur in 1992. Ash filled skys from the eruption.
Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times overnight, sending an ash plume more than 9 miles into the air in the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years.
Alaska's Mount Redoubt volcano erupted five times overnight, sending an ash plume more than 9 miles into the air in the volcano's first emissions in nearly 20 years. (March 23)
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Timelapse from the Hut webcam by AVO of steaming Redoubt volcano. Clear day. Playing speed is 800x faster than realtime. Alaska Volcano Observatory website for updates: www.avo.alaska.edu
Steam eruption of Redoubt Volcano, Alaska, 03/15/09. Taken from my house in Anchorage
The small ash/steam event that made AVO increase the Aviation Alert Level for Redoubt volcano from yellow to orange. Footage is from the Hut webcam, 12 Km South of Redoubt crater, and sound is from seismic data recorded from RSO seismic station (downloaded via VASE 2.8 from IRIS). Playing speed is 160x. The weird sound that can be heard at 00:16 is a calibration signal. Official statement from Alaska Volcano Observatory: "Seismic activity at Redoubt has increased since about 13:00 AKDT and is continuing. An AVO observation flight reported that a steam and ash plume rose as high as 15000 ft above sea level and produced minor ash fall on the upper south flank of Redoubt. Last reports are that the plume is now mainly steam. Based on thsi change in activity AVO is increasing the level of concern and alert level to ORANGE/WATCH. It does not appear at this time that a significant eruption is likely in the short term, but conditions may evolve rapidly. AVO is monitoring the situation closely and the AVO operations center in Anchorage is now resuming 24 hour per day staffing." www.avo.alaska.edu
New b-roll footage of Alaska's Redoubt Volcano shows its current state of unrest. This footage was shot from an aerial observation and gas measurement flight initiated in Anchorage taken on February 7, 2009. Details and Credits: Title: Redoubt Volcano Plume Shoot Date: February 7, 2009 Release Date: February 12, 2009 Produced by: Stephen M. Wessells (USGS) & Don Becker (USGS) Footage: Stephen M. Wessells (USGS) Run Time: 3 minutes, 30 seconds
gallery.usgs.gov Aerial footage take over Redoubt volcano in Alaska on Feb 7, 2009 showing the volcano, plume, and vents.
I meditated on the volcano and various other spiritual matters in February, and recorded this lovely waltz. This song was written shortly before Redoubt did finally produce an explosive eruption. Mount Redoubt, a 10197-foot volcano, is pretty close to Anchorage. So we're all paying attention to its rumbling. There was a pretty strong earthquake in January... Redoubt last erupted in 1989 when I was a little kid in Anchorage. I kept Redoubt ash in a film canister for many years, but remember dumping the canister at our garden in Juneau later. The song was fun to write and jam to. I am playing all the instruments, which took a while. Writing the bass line was a blast. Remember, we do live on the ring of fire here.
This was recorded by the USGS and Alaska Volcano Observatory. It shows the recent activity and the fumaroles that are developing at the summit dome..Please visit www.avo.alaska.edu for current updates, webicorders, webcams, and RSAM data.
Brief overview of Redoubt Volcano, located on the west side of Cook Inlet, 50 miles west of Kenai, home to the world famous Kenai River. Past, present & future information regarding eruptions.
Quick update on Mount Redoubt Volcano located on the west side of Cook Inlet, located just over 50 miles from Kenai, located on the Kenai Peninsula home to the world famous Kenai River. Redoubt last erupted in 89'/90', most recent activity included a 5.7 earthquake just over a week ago. Scientist say it's not a matter of "if" but a matter of "when" it will erupt.