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Mount Hood (photo) and fault-plane solution for June 5, 2021 earthquake
June 5, 2021

Mount Hood and Fault-plane Solution for June 5, 2021 Earthquake

Photo of Mount Hood taken June 7, 2003. The fault-plane solution for the M 3.9 earthquake that occurred on June 5, 2021 is in the lower right corner. 

Attribution: Mount Hood
May 13, 2021

Status of (mostly) WA Volcanoes: Report to Emergency Managers 2020-21

Jon Major, scientist-in-charge of the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory, provides an overview of the major volcano hazards in the Cascades, the function and responsibilities of the Cascades Volcano Observatory, and a brief synopsis of what's been going on at Mount Baker, Glacier Peak, Mount Rainier, Mount Adams, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Hood, and CVO’s plans in coming

GPS mast installed at station LSON, on Mount Hood
October 1, 2020

CVO geophysicist installs a GPS mast at station LSON, Mount Hood

USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory Geophysicist Rebecca Kramer works on the installation of the GPS mast at new station LSON, at Mount Hood. The GPS measures subtle ground deformation that can occur in response to magma entering or leaving the magma reservoir several miles below the summit.

Combined seismic/GPS station LSON on Mount Hood
October 1, 2020

Combined seismic/GPS station LSON on Mount Hood

Combined seismic/GPS station LSON, on Mount Hood, installed at the end of September 2020. LSON is one of three new stations that enhance the existing monitoring network at this high-threat volcano.

Volcano monitoring station BRSP, on the north flank of Mount Hood
October 1, 2020

Volcano monitoring station BRSP, on the north flank of Mount Hood

View of the combined seismic/GPS station BRSP, on the north flank of Mount Hood, Oregon. Mount Hood is pictured in the distance.

Finishing the installation of seismic/GPS station YOCR, at Mount Hood
October 1, 2020

Finishing the installation of seismic/GPS station YOCR, at Mount Hood

A USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory field team finishes the installation of the combined seismic/GPS station, YOCR, at Mount Hood, Oregon.

Seismic/GPS station YOCR, at Mount Hood
October 1, 2020

Seismic/GPS station YOCR, at Mount Hood

A Cascades Volcano Observatory field team completes the installation of the combined seismic/GPS station YOCR, at Mount Hood. Effective monitoring requires a geographically distributed network of instruments that are located on the upper flanks, and around the volcano, and for these stations to be in place before significant unrest occurs to catch the earliest subtle

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New seismic/GPS station (LSON) installed at Mount Hood
September 30, 2020

New seismic/GPS station (LSON) installed at Mount Hood

USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory Geophysicist Wes Thelen, removes ropes from new station LSON, at Mount Hood (Mount Hood is pictured in the distance). The fiberglass hut, delivered by helicopter, will house a power supply, data digitizer and other equipment necessary to collect and send seismic and GPS data to the Cascades Volcano Observatory and their monitoring partners

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Installation of GPS mast at station BRSP on Mount Hood
September 30, 2020

Installation of GPS mast at station BRSP on Mount Hood

USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory Geophysicist Emily Montgomery-Brown uses a drill to create a small hole in volcanic rock that will support a GPS mast. The effort was part of a three-station installation project at Mount Hood in 2020. This station location is called BRSP.

Helicopter delivers equipment to station BRSP on Mount Hood
September 30, 2020

Helicopter delivers equipment to station BRSP on Mount Hood

A USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory field team waits on this remote north flank of Mount Hood, as a helicopter delivers supplies and equipment to station BRSP. The station was installed with minimal impact on the environment. A helicopter delivered equipment via external sling load and USGS personnel accessed the site by foot.

Installing a seismometer at station BRSP on Mount Hood
September 30, 2020

Installing a seismometer at station BRSP on Mount Hood

Volcano Disaster Assistance Program Geophysicist Jeremy Pesicek digs a hole for a seismometer at station BRSP, on the north flank of Mount Hood. The seismometer, which detects earthquakes, is buried at a depth of at least 1 meter (3 feet).

A perspective view of Mount hood
December 31, 2017

A perspective view of Mount hood

A perspective view of Mount hood, made from the OR_Sandy_River_2007 lidar data