I was chatting with a fellow from AVO and he called the simultaneous eruptions of Kasatochi, Cleveland and Okmok a “once in a millennia” event. So, enjoy it!
He also mentioned that the Kasatochi eruption released the most sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere since the 1991 Pinatubo eruption … but we had an idea of that already.
And who knew that there has been uplift at Uturuncu in Bolivia? I sure didn’t, but Steve Sparks does.
More to come later this week when I can go to all the Chaiten posters.