Alaska Volcano Observatory
AVO Webicorders - Redoubt
AVO uses several different types of data to monitor volcanoes for signs of unrest or eruptive activity. The data displayed here have not been reviewed in any way, and are preliminary unless reviewed by an AVO geoscientist.
0000 UTC= 4:00 PM AKDT on the previous day as UTC
0600 UTC = 10:00 PM AKDT on the previous day as UTC
1200 UTC= 4:00 AM AKDT on the same day as UTC
1800 UTC = 10:00 AM AKDT on the same day as UTC
RED LINES indicate either a calibration pulse, or where the signal was clipped
(too large to be recorded on the scale of the webicorder).
Redoubt 24 hour webicorder
October 4, 2011: The signals from station RSO is currently troubled with radio interference from an unknown source.
Station RSO is located 3 km (2 miles) south of the Redoubt summit and can be very sensitive to activity at the summit. A map showing the location of RSO and other Redoubt seismic stations is available at http://www.avo.alaska.edu/image.php?id=16308.
Page modified: December 2, 2016 10:12
Contact Information: AVO Web Team
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