As if Alaska wasn't having enough troubles due toglobalwarming, it now has a volcano threatening to erupt. MountSpurr, 80 miles from Anchorage, last erupted 12 years ago,and is now rumbling. Seismologist Jackie Caplan-Auerbachsays, "When we see an eruption, it commonly will start offthis way."
In 1992, Mount Spurr's eruption sent ash up 65,000 feet,disrupting air traffic. Seismologists are concerned abouttwo other Alaska volcanoes as well. Mount Veniaminof, about510 miles southwest of Anchorage, has been emitting smallamounts of steam and ash since April. Shishaldin Volcano, inthe Aleutian Islands, has also been emitting ash.
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