Large Earthquakes Hit Idaho s Largest Volcanoes!

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As published in the youtube page by World News Report Today: World News Report Today\nSeptember 8th, 2020!\n\nLarge Earthquakes Hit Idaho’s Largest Volcanoes!\n\nVolcano eruption WARNING: This US volcano will ‘almost certainly’ erupt NEXT in Idaho\nVOLCANO experts from Idaho have revealed the identity of the most likely volcano to erupt in the heart of the American northwest and it could happen in the foreseeable future.\n\nThe US state of Idaho is home to a number of potentially dangerous volcanoes, including the one most likely to erupt next. The culprit in question is the Craters of the Moon lava flow field, which has been erupting like clockwork over the past 15,000 years. Volcanologists from the Idaho Geological Survey (IGS) have now warned Craters of the Moon will “almost certainly” erupt again once the time runs out. Geological evidence suggests Craters of the Moon spewed up to one-and-a-half square miles of molten rock during its past eruptions.\n\nMount Merapi eruption: Stunning images show Indonesia’s volcano\n\nThese eruptions were consistent with one another throughout time and a future eruption will likely be on a similar scale.\n\nThe good news is, Craters of the Moon is not yet considered a “High Risk” volcano despite the threat of future activity.\n\nAccording to geologist Zach Lifton of IGS, it might take another 1,000 years before the volcano erupts.\n\nThe volcano expert wrote in the latest edition of the USGS Caldera Chronicles: “While Craters of the Moon will almost certainly erupt again – perhaps within the next 1,000 years – it is not considered a high-risk volcano.\n\nPlease get more information here….\n\n\n\nAnd please share and Subscribe..

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