This undated image from the Alaska Vocano Observatory shows Geologist Kristi Wallace, 

This undated image from the Alaska Vocano Observatory shows Geologist Kristi Wallace, left, and Scientist-in-Charge John Power in the AVO operations room. Scientists monitoring Alaska's volcanoes have been forced to shut down stations that provide real-time tracking of eruptions and forgo repairs of seismic equipment amid ongoing federal budget cuts _ moves that could mean delays in getting vital information to airline pilots and emergency planners. (AP Photo/Alaska Volcano Observatory and U.S. Geological Survey)
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This undated image from the Alaska Vocano Observatory shows Geologist Kristi Wallace, left, and Scientist-in-Charge John Power in the AVO operations room. Scientists monitoring Alaska's volcanoes have been forced to shut down stations that provide real-time tracking of eruptions and forgo repairs of seismic equipment amid ongoing federal budget cuts _ moves that could mean delays in getting vital information to airline pilots and emergency planners. (AP Photo/Alaska Volcano Observatory and U.S. Geological Survey)
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