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Volcano on scenic Greek island getting a little restless
msnbc.com
The volcano last erupted in 1950, albeit on a much smaller scale. Global positioning system (GPS) sensors placed on the caldera have detected renewed movement after decades of peace. The earth around the caldera (a depression at the top of a volcano)
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Volcano erupts violently in Japan
Telegraph.co.uk
Sakurajima volcano in southern Japan has erupted for a second day, spewing hot rocks and ash for over a mile around. The Japanese Meteorological Agency said the eruption on Monday was the most forceful since 2009. Foot-wide rocks were expulsed over a
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Volcanoes and zombies? It’s weird and wonderful stuff at the Science Festival
Cambridge News
Mill Road lecture rooms will host two talks, the first at 6pm given by geographer Clive Oppenheimer, who will look at how volcanoes have affected mankind and what can be done to prepare for future catastrophes. At 8pm, psychologist Kevin Dutton will
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Cambridge News
Climate change: causing volcanoes to go pop
OUPblog (blog)
By Bill McGuire When I first mention to someone that a changing climate is capable of causing volcanoes to go pop or the ground to shake, they think that I am either mad or having them on. Usually, this is just because they have not given the idea much
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Why are rising CO2 levels caused by burning fossil fuels?
ABC Online
How can you tell that rising carbon dioxide levels are caused by burning fossil fuels and not natural causes such as bushfires, volcanoes, rising ocean or soil temperatures? By Genelle Weule Levels of CO2 in the atmosphere have significantly risen
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ABC Online
Japanese Volcano Erupts For Second Day
WFMY News 2
The volcano is located in the southern prefecture of Kagoshima. The Meteorological Agency added that the volcano has been erupting steadily for the last two years, but the eruption on Monday turned violent, throwing 50-centimetre (1 foot 6 inches)
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Sakurajima Volcano Erupts; Foot-Wide Rocks Land Mile Away (VIDEO)
Huffington Post
Mt. Sakurajima, one of Japan’s most active volcanoes, has erupted several times in the past 48 hours, sending 18 inch-wide rocks flying over a mile away. Residents from the southwestern town of Kagoshima were warned about dangerous debris, however,
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Bulldogs burned by Volcanoes
Corning Observer
By Craig Purcell/Corning The Los Molinos High baseball team welcomed seven others to town over the weekend while hosting the annual Glenn Cox Tournament, but the Bulldogs’ 7-1 loss to Chester on Saturday marked the third loss for the tourney hosts,
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Santorini: The ground is moving again in paradise
Eureka! Science News
Newman, a geophysicist in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, cannot be certain whether an eruption is imminent since observations of such activity on these types of volcanoes are limited. In fact, similar calderas around the globe have shown
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