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Okmok Volcano is highly active, with about 16 eruptions occurring every 10 to 20 years since 1805, she said. The last eruption was in 1997, an event that produced ash clouds and a lava flow that traveled five miles across the volcano's caldera floor, she said.
Originally posted by Cyberbian
How can any seismic / volcanic event on this little planet be unrelated?
If I have to question something, it is not whether they are related events, but how, on earth they could not be related. This planet is acting like jiffypop which is just beginning to wake up. Since we do not know why, we can only wonder if it will get sleepy again, or start popping for real.