For scheduled presentations on Baker eruptive history and hazards, go here.
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MIDDLE FORK NOOKSACK DEBRIS FLOWS of May and June, 2013- search for ‘Nooksack debris flows’ [no quotes] in the search box at right. There have been several posts and more will be coming as investigations continue. STAY OUT OF THE STREAM BED between Ridley Creek and Elbow Lake Trail crossings!
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Mount Baker Volcano Research Center is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit research and educational center, informally affiliated with the Geology Department at Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. Our goals are to raise public awareness about Mount Baker volcano hazards and raise funds to support our own and others research efforts at the volcano. MBVRC is registered with Washington State as a nonprofit research and educational organization.
A history of Mount Baker eruptions, hazards, crater photos, fumarole videos and research reports are at the main MBVRC website: http://mbvrc.wwu.edu. There, you will find updated information about volcano research at Mount Baker, a full list of published papers and abstracts about Baker, images and video about Baker geology, eruptive history, geochemistry of Baker rocks and fumaroles, and how to contribute to our research efforts.
If you are trying to buy a fundraiser t-shirt, click here for ordering information.
Order our poster, “Mount Baker- 100 years of Change” showing the entire south side of Mount Baker in 1912, retaken in 2012.Thanks!
The MBVRC Board of Directors.
2013 Board: Pete Stelling, Dave Tucker, Sue Madsen, John Scurlock, and Doug McKeever.