Welcome and thanks to all the new subscribers. Most new readers came to us as a result of the recent publicity in the Bellingham Herald.
The MBVRC blog will keep subscribers up-dated on Mount Baker news. You will be the first to hear about upcoming field trips, public presentations, and other Mount Baker research and monitoring news. For instance, if there was a swarm of earthquakes under the volcano, you’d be notified quickly. Newly published research results are also quickly posted.
These posts are presently written by Dave Tucker, a member of the MBVRC’s Board of Directors. Please click on the tabs at the top of the webpage to learn about Baker monitoring and other topics. Also, visit the main webpage hosted by Western Washington University for more detail about Baker: photos, videos, scientific references, the text of meeting abstracts dealing with the volcano, and links to other interesting websites: www.mbvrc.wwu.edu.
Always feel free to post a comment on anything you read or to ask for clarification. Comments and questions come to MBVRC via email, where they will be either approved for posting, or answered personally if that seems more appropriate. Once one of your comments is approved, subsequent ones will automatically be posted on the website.
News: the September 24 field trip to Schreiber’s Meadow cinder cone is full. There is space for a few more on the October 1 trip. Sign up via email right away.
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