The recent earthquake swarms of the Anahim hot spot in the Anahim Volcanic Belt of British Columbia, Canada, have sparked the interested of the Geological Survey of Canada. Over 1,000 microearthquakes have been reported since they first started on October 9th, 2007. Data modeling using a volume method and velocity method have been used to predict the flow path of a possible eruption. The topography of the area is based on current relief, and the lava flow characteristics are based on previous events in the area. Other than the threat of forest fire and health issues due to a possible ash plume, there is no major damage to the area from the direct lava flow. The logging industry will be the most affected due to damage to communication routes and harvesting areas.