OSU volcano study could help predict eruptions – Corvallis Gazette Times

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Corvallis Gazette Times
A new study of magma lying deep beneath Oregon’s highest peak has yielded insights that may help scientists do a better job of predicting volcanic eruptions. Research by Oregon State University geologist Adam Kent and colleague Kari Cooper at the
Predicting volcanic eruptions may become easier as magma cools downTech Times
Mount Hood magma like ‘peanut butter in the fridge’ but can quickly heat upThe Oregonian
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