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Dantes Peak Analysis 1Dantes Peak is apart of the Northern Cascade Mountain range 2Four other volcanoes in the Northern Cascades are Mt San Helens Mt Rainer Mt Shasta Sunset Crater and Lassen Peak 3 Dantes Peak is a Stratovolcano 4 Dantes Peak last eruption was about 7000 years ago 5Prior to Dantes Peak awakening I would rate the activity level of the volcano dormant Dormant means that it has not erupted in recent history but evidence suggests it might Like I said Dantes Peak last eruption was 7000 years ago To me thats not recent history In the movie Harry tells the people that it is dormant and they thought it was extinct He said the volcano is starting to wake up Also it was mentioned that there was 25-75 earthquakes a day meaning that the volcano is showing activity 6 Harry Dolton and his crew used many monitoring devices such as a seismograph robot takes video and gas readings Tilt meters gas analysis ph analysis and a lot of computer technology They used these devices to measure the activity of the volcano 7 The movie covers every volcano device I took down in my notes except for the whole robot thing 8 The seismograph alerted the geologists to the volcano when Harry and one of his crew members were on the mountain with the robot There was activity that caused one of the members to break his leg 9 Magmatic earthquakes have a very close but almost unknown relative Tectonic earthquakes are caused by rocks breaking along faults or fractures The Boss said they were at 29 and not heavy Harry argues that they were shallow and magmatic Harry was right 10Dantes Peak produced ash which is the smallest type of tephra it has a size of 18 Its threat to life is moderate to high because it causes
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