The Westdahl Peak volcano in Alaska last erupted in 1992, and continued expansion hints at another eruption soon. Experts previously forecasted the next blast to occur by 2010, but the volcano — located under about 1 kilometer of glacial ice — has yet to erupt again. Using the Westdahl Peak volcano as inspiration, a new volcanic modeling study examined how glaciers affect the stability and short-term eruption cycles of high-latitude volcanic systems — some of which exist along major air transportation routes.
Title: Ice-capped volcanoes slower to erupt, study finds
Sourced From: www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2022/05/220509162452.htm
Published Date: Mon, 09 May 2022 16:24:52 EDT
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