Volcanic Activity

Some articles on volcanic activity, activity, volcanic:

Camiguin Mindanao - Volcanic Activity
... The Camiguin Mindanao group is permanently monitored for volcanic and seismic activity. ...
Anahim Hotspot - Geological History - Nazko Cone Eruptive Period
... This volcanic activity has produced numerous Hawaiian eruptions, which created lava fountains, small cinder cones and lava flows ... The most recent eruptive activity at Nazko Cone occurred about 7,200 years ago ... recent in geological terms, suggesting that the volcano may yet have some ongoing volcanic activity ...
Io (moon) - Observational History - Subsequent Observations
... observations of the largest class of Ionian volcanic plume since observations of Pele's plume in 1979 ... in the early stages of an eruption, and several volcanic eruptions that have occurred since Galileo ... imaging capabilities, but it could provide monitoring of Io's volcanic activity using its near-infrared spectrometer, JIRAM ...
Mount Sobo - Formation
... that the foundation of the Sobo mountain range occurred in two periods of volcanic activity ... The two cauldrons formed at this time, were buried in the second period of volcanic activity leaving the caldera which can be seen today ... Around 10 Million years ago the volcanic activity ceased ...
South Volcanic Zone - Volcanic Gaps
... The different volcanic zones are intercalated by volcanic gaps, zones that, despite lying at the right distance from an oceanic trench, lack volcanic activity ... The Andes has three major volcanic gaps the Peruvian flat-slab segment (3 °S—15 °S), the Pampean flat-slab segment (27 °S—33 °S) and the Patagonian ... The first one separates the Northern from the Central Volcanic Zone, the second the Central from the Southern and the last separates the Southern from the Austral ...

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