California volcano Solton-Batts increased emissions of hydrogen sulfide


Published an official warning to the inhabitants of the valley of Coachella located in southern California associated with the advent of high concentration of hydrogen sulfide recorded in the volcano area, the Salton sea-Batts.

Solton-Batts includes several volcanic cones located at the lake of the Salton sea. According to volcanologists, the concentration of hydrogen sulfide peaked on June 20 and was 86 parts per billion. Considered normal indicators to 30 parts per billion.

In addition to the sharp increase in emissions of hydrogen sulfide in the area of the volcano on 10 and 11 June, there were over 800 earthquakes, the most powerful of which reached magnitude 5.2 on the Richter scale.

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