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Active Alaskan volcano has low-level eruption

...Anchorage is escalating, with pilots reporting that ash clouds are getting bigger. U.S. Geological Survey scientist John Power said Monday in a statement that pilots have recently reported ash clouds from the Pavlof Volcano rising to 22,000 feet...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2014-06-02
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New data sheds light on volcano forecasting

...forecast," she said. Volcano forecasting builds on each data set and each study to produce quicker response times, said John Power, scientist-in-charge at the Alaska Volcano Observatory. In 1989, the observatory sounded its first warning 18...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-07-16/new-data-sheds-light-on-volcano-fore
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Ash3D is federal answer to ash cloud response

...potentially down to the city - when and what communities will suffer ash fallout and how much they can expect, said John Power, scientist in charge for the Alaska Volcano Observatory. That is particularly relevant for the Kenai Peninsula, with...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/news/2013-08-10
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Pain in the ash?: Mount Redoubt's messy reminder may have an upside

...weather out relatively quickly," he said. The minerals and nutrients are released and absorbed, enriching the soil. John Power, a geophysicist with the Alaska Volcano Observatory in Anchorage noted that some of the richest soils in the world are...

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