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Originally posted by Corruption Exposed
Has anyone noticed the string of very shallow 4's, 3's and 2's from Mexico to Montana over the last few days?
I was wondering if any of the experts had any thoughts on this.
Some earthquakes expected along Rio Grande Rift in Colorado and New Mexico, new study says
1. Increase in earthquakes (check)
2. Raise in land elevation (check)
3. Water changes (check)
4. Magma level increase (check)
All of things were verified to be happening as of 2009 by seismologists
U.S. Geological Survey
Fact Sheet 100-03
Tracking Changes in Yellowstone's Restless Volcanic System
The Yellowstone area is one of the most seismically active parts of the United States, but the frequency of earthquakes varies dramatically and is related to other events in this active volcanic system. Precise measurements of elevation made regularly since the 1970s document the rise and fall (shown diagrammatically here) of the ground surface in the Yellowstone Caldera, thought to be caused by movements of magma (molten rock) or hydrothermal (hot, watery) fluids beneath the surface. The spectacular earthquake swarm of late 1985 may have been caused by the escape of hydrothermal fluids through the impermeable rock layer above the magma reservoir, which also initiated an episode of subsidence in the caldera.