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ALASKA VOLCANO OBSERVATORY CURRENT STATUS REPORT

Thursday, August 4, 2011 12:28 PM (Thursday, August 4, 2011 20:28 UTC)Current Volcano Alert Level: WATCH
Current Aviation Color Code: ORANGE

 
Typhoon fuels monsoon in the Philippines
A typhoon some 1,600 kilometers (994 miles) from the Philippine capital is supercharging summer monsoon rains, which have flooded parts of Manila and could trigger flash floods and landslides across other parts of the country, forecasters said Wednesday.The Philippine government said Typhoon Kabayan was expected to enhance the monsoon over the entire island of Luzon, where Manila is located, according to the country's National Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council.
 
Florida on hurricane alert as tropical storm Emily is gaining power and threatens to hit the U.S. by the weekend

Florida on hurricane alert as tropical storm Emily is gaining power and threatens to hit the U.S. by the weekend

A tropical storm has formed in the Caribbean and could develop into a hurricane before hitting the U.S. coast, experts warned today.

 
Intense solar flares expected (Information by the International Committee GEOCHANGE)

According to the International Committee GEOCHANGE, powerful solar flares are expected between late July and late August. Increased solar activity can cause abnormal heat in many parts of the world. Powerful solar flares may lead to malfunction of satellite and terrestrial communication systems, overload power substations, affect the operational stability of electronic control systems at industrial facilities over large areas across the planet.

 
Economic losses from natural disasters in 2011 will exceed $ 1 trillion

This is the conclusion reached by expert evaluation of the International Committee GEOCHANGE on Global Geological and Environmental Change. Monitoring of the dynamics of numbers and energy of natural disasters leads scientists to such a disappointing conclusion.

 
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