Volcanos
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https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51681760

Anak Krakatau: Lightning frenzy points to scale of volcanic plume

So the question. Could these strikes be detected? Is their anything different about them? 

Given a map of volcanoes, could the system be used to detect eruptions and perhaps provide early warnings? 

http://volcano.oregonstate.edu/volcano_table has lat long of some volcanos

Smithsonian has a list of current erruptions

https://volcano.si.edu/gvp_currenteruptions.cfm


You would expect any lightening to be pretty fixed, even if the wind is blowing. That rules out most moving weather systems.

One problem, being a mountain, they do tend to trigger cu nims anyway. 

Nick
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Volcanos - by Nickle - 2020-03-01, 21:57
RE: Volcanos - by pasense - 2020-03-03, 11:40
RE: Volcanos - by Nickle - 2020-03-03, 11:45
RE: Volcanos - by pasense - 2020-03-05, 09:22
RE: Volcanos - by scilover - 2020-06-01, 10:12



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