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Isostatic Rebound
« on: June 06, 2019, 03:03:36 PM »
So, as I haven't found any Topic dedicated to this, I think it is timely to do one.
With volcanic Activity, Earthquakes, Tsunamis, Landslides, etc ramping up.

For a Starter read about the Topic:
https://robertscribbler.com/2015/04/28/climate-changes-waking-giant-to-set-off-rash-of-volcanic-eruptions-tsunamis-earthquakes/

Then, by just simple Logic we can start connecting the Dots: Permafrost/ Ice Melt -> Tectonic Instability -> Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis.
There's the Video Channel of Dutchsinse, with a pretty Accurate 0- 24h, Daily Foreacasts.
Unfortunately, as to the Cause, the Guy still keeps blabbering about HAARP & etc Nonsense...
However, his Forecasts turn out to be fairly accurate,

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Re: Isostatic Rebound
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2019, 08:44:05 PM »
Stromboli erupted yesterday

6,1 in Vancouver today
5,6 in So. California.

Only the bigger Ones reported.

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Re: Isostatic Rebound
« Reply #2 on: July 05, 2019, 01:21:08 AM »
Some nice images here of the last glacial maximum in Scandinavia and England: Glacial isostatic adjustment of Scandinavia and northwestern Europe and the radial viscosity structure of the Earth's mantle

Old Ben Nevis is still slowly getting Higher.

What I find of interest to us here is Greenland. The bedrock images you see with a a large inland seas, (in the case of meltout), may be mitigated somewhat by the rebound that may already be occurring,  (has the loading decreased since LGMax?).