Rainy Tue.... Cloud Photos... Deep Se...

Rainy Tue.... Cloud Photos... Deep Sea Volcanoes

There are 1 comment on the CBS 47 story from Sep 18, 2012, titled Rainy Tue.... Cloud Photos... Deep Sea Volcanoes. In it, CBS 47 reports that:

Rain Tue. was heaviest near & west of I-95 & especially west of Highway 301 where amounts averaged 1-2". From Highway 301 to I-95 the avg.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Sep 19, 2012
Will await results of new survey with interest.

Also the magmatic products at the rim of Volcano O caldera would be interesting. Is it a Hawaiian or Kikai type (unroofed pluton) caldera.

Any chance of a brief detour to map the Havre seamount while you are at it?

Have a nice day:Ag

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