January 3, 2009

WEATHERBLOGGER ALAN SULLIVAN has been keeping track of the Yellowstone earthquakes and what they might mean. I view this as a rather remote risk, but I could be wrong. Here’s more on the subject. Question: What would you do, and what should the state and federal governments do, if we knew that a major eruption was highly likely?

Meanwhile, if you want to get ahead of the curve, here’s a guide to volcano survival and response, drawing on USGS and FEMA documents. Don’t know if it’s any good, but I’ve ordered one in case this story picks up.

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