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Extreme Geology

12 Oct 2009, 07:00 UTC
Extreme Geology
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>p>We think of major geologic events as taking place a long time ago – but the Earth is just as active as it ever was. We’re a planet in motion. Discover why earthquakes might be increasing worldwide… descend into daring cave exploration… and take a trip to Hawaii where new volcanoes are gurgling up right now.
Plus – the supervolcano under Yellowstone Park… when might it erupt again?

Robert Nadeau – Geologist, University of California, Berkeley Seismological Laboratory
Joel Achenbach – Reporter, author of “When Yellowstone Explodes”, August 2009 National Geographic cover story
Jim Kauahikaua – Geologist, United States Geologic Survey Hawaii Volcano Observatory
Pat Kambesis – Geologist, Assistant Director of the Hoffman Environmental Research Institute at Western Kentucky University

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