Mass fish deaths ner Ascencion Island in deep South Atlantic

Mass fish deaths ner Ascencion Island in deep South Atlantic

The Extinction Protocol blog today covers the story about mass fish death in deep South Atlantic originaly posted in The Islander. Over the last few weeks we have been recording high numbers of dead fish washing up onto the beaches around the Island. The same thing

Iceland hit by 400 earthquakes in 24 hour, Krisuvik volcano show activity

Iceland hit by 400 earthquakes in 24 hour, Krisuvik volcano show activity

After four days of continues earthquake activity it appears that Krísuvík volcano has stepped up it’s activity by a order of magnitude. Since midnight there have been over 400 earthquakes in Krísuvík volcano. The activity is continuing when this is written and

36 tons of fish killed by pollution in Dong Nai river, VietNam

36 tons of fish killed by pollution in Dong Nai river, VietNam

Pollution in the Dong Nai river has killed 36 tons of fish in Thong Nhat Ward of southern Bien Hoa city, the farmers association said in a report sent to authorities Monday. The association said 33 families practicing fish cage culture had claimed to have lost

Cracks opening in South America

Cracks opening in South America

Ancient fault reactivated moves 20 Hectares of ground in BoliviaA total of 21 homes that house more than 34 families were damaged in Urb Los Alamos and La Florida, La Paz area of Alpacoma, where there was a geodynamic movement of land, 20 hectares, due to recent rains

More birds death worldwide

More birds death worldwide

Virus Threatens Birds in the Juarez, Mexico
There's virus spreading in Juarez, Mexico that killed hundreds of birds. Birds have dropped dead across the city and now people are hoping the outbreak does not spread to all poultry. The virus spreads through the air,

Climate change halves Peru glacier

Climate change halves Peru glacier

A glacier on Peru’s Huaytapallana Moutain shed half its surface ice in just 23 years, officials said Wednesday, reinforcing concerns of climate change’s growing threat to fresh water resources.”Recent scientific studies indicate that between June 1983 and August

Sidoarjo Mudflow: Javanese mud volcano not “retired” yet

Sidoarjo Mudflow: Javanese mud volcano not “retired” yet

Since it roared to life in May 2006, a mud volcano near Indonesia's coastal city of Sidoarjo has swallowed homes, rice paddies, factories, and roads, killing 15 people, displacing 40 000, and harming the livelihoods of many more. As the ongoing eruption nears…

Christchurch torn by entirely new fault

Christchurch torn by entirely new fault

A new threat of landslides has emerged near to the epicentre of the quake, where boulders loosened by the tremor have already killed two and crushed homes. An aerial survey by scientists found no surface trace of the fault, which is centred southeast of

Earthquakes and double volcanic eruption on Kamchatka

Earthquakes and double volcanic eruption on Kamchatka

In a double volcanic eruption in Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka peninsula the volcanoes Shiveluch and Karmysky are spewing ash kilometers up into the sky endangering air traffic but posing no immediate threat to nearby settlements. Mt. Shiveluch has been active