Researchers track magma's journey to Mount Rainier

07/17/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Using extremely sensitive instruments, scientists have been able to show how magma travels up from Earth's depths to pool in a reservoir beneath Mount Rainier in Washington state, according to a study published in Nature. "A study like this isn't going to tell us when Mount Rainier will erupt the next time. What it does is give a bigger picture: Why volcanoes are where they are," said University of Alberta geophysicist Martyn Unsworth, who was not involved in the research.

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