NJ Scientists Discover a Volcano Brewing Under New England

Rutgers researchers say the discovery of the mass beneath the New England states is “groundbreaking” and challenges geological concepts. (Courtesy of Patch via Rutgers Today)

(BOSTON) DEC 20 – SCIENTISTS IN NEW JERSEY SCIENTISTS HAVE CONCLUDED THERE’S A GROWING VOLCANO FORMING UNDERNEATH WESTERN NEW HAMPSHIRE AND VERMONT.
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Professor Vadim Levin

ANCHOR TAG: LEVIN SAYS THE LAST TIME THE ATLANTIC REGION OF NORTH AMERICA SAW A SIZABLE GEOLOGIC EVENT WAS 200 MILLION YEARS AGO. THE FINDINGS WERE PUBLISHED THIS WEEK IN AN ARTICLE IN THE SCIENTIFIC JOURNAL GEOLOGY. LEVIN SAYS THROUGH GOVERNMENT FUNDING OF THE EARTHSCOPE PROGRAM THAT PAID FOR THE RESEARCH,  SCIENTISTS NOW HAVE  A BETTER UNDERSTANDING OF THE STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF EARTH…AND THAT ENABLES THEM TO ALSO BETTER UNDERSTAND HOW OTHER PLANETS…LIKE MARS….ARE EVOLVING.