Scientists watch an undersea volcano shake, rattle, and inflate

Thursday, December 15, 2016 - 14:31 in Earth & Climate

Science Axial Seamount could help us answer basic questions about how volcanoes work Last year, over 200,000 earthquakes shook the seafloor 300 miles off the coast of Oregon as the most active submarine volcano in the Northeast Pacific erupted.

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