The VC Bar

Welcome to the Volcano Café bar, a place for all things on or off topic and inane ramblings. There has been a need of late to find a place better suited to various theories, long comments and enthusiasm. This page will be less moderated than the main article pages and cleared out every month (this may change depending on use).

Have fun and don’t forget to tip the barman 😉

192 thoughts on “The VC Bar

  1. Busy morning on Kilauea
    2019-07-21 12:31:31 1.7 0
    2019-07-21 12:27:32 2 0.1
    2019-07-21 12:26:28 1.7 -0.2
    2019-07-21 02:46:27 2.1 -0.3
    2019-07-21 02:17:06 1.9 -0.4
    2019-07-21 01:48:50 1.9 -1.1
    2019-07-21 01:18:43 3.1 -1.1
    2019-07-21 01:17:48 2.6 -0.4
    2019-07-21 01:15:53 1.8 -0.1
    2019-07-21 01:11:59 2.2 -.02

    • The tiltmeter at Uwekahuna has jumped up and stayed there, it did the same during the collapse events past summer (though MUCH more impressively of course). Also, given that the quakes are very shallow (around sea level) then I suppose it is still the caldera faults releasing some remaining strain from the magma removed in the eruption or what one could call a collapse aftershock.

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