Monday, March 16, 2009

Watching and Waiting for Alaska’s Redoubt Volcano on Mobile

San Diego, CA – March 16, 2009 has just announced that current information on Alaska’s potentially explosive Redoubt Volcano can now be monitored from their free mobile website.

Smartphone owners can now track various seismometers located on the mountain, view a live webcam of Redoubt, check on ash trajectory forecasts and read current interpretations of all data regarding Redoubt’s activity.

Redoubt Volcano is only about 100 miles SW of Anchorage, Alaska and its latest rumblings are telling scientists that it may blow at any time. Volcanoes in this region are more likely to explode violently then emit lava flows as in the case of Hawaiian volcanoes.

Now, for the first time, the public is able to get the latest information, 24/7, on this potentially life-threatening volcano. Chris Chilvers, founder and CEO of TheFastPages says “Having such valuable data accessible on one’s mobile phone permits scientists, the press and the general public to view these vital volcanic changes while they are away from their computers.”

The U.S. Geological Survey, the University of Alaska Geophysical Institute and the state Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys provide this valuable information which TheFastPages makes available on their mobile website.

Smartphone owners are invited to go to and then click on Local Crisis to view this latest information on Alaska’s Redoubt Volcano.

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