Volcanoes

Whakaari/White Island (Volcano Week 3)

Whakaari/White Island (to give it its official title) is an active andesite stratovolcano 48 km from the east coast of the north island of New Zealand. The volcano reaches 321 m above sea level, but this is actually just the…

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Friday, 17th October 2008

The Boiling Seas of Hawaii (Volcano Week 3)

It’s Volcano Week 3 here at GSS, which explains why our posts over the course of this week have been mostly volcano related. Kīlauea on the island of Hawaiʻi is often considered to be the world’s most active volcano. The…

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Thursday, 16th October 2008

Solfatara, Italy (Volcano Week 3)

It’s Volcano Week 3 here at GSS, which explains why all of our posts over the course of the week are very likely to be volcano related. In a suburb of Naples lies a shallow volcanic crater named Solfatara. Considered…

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Wednesday, 15th October 2008

Mount Nyiragongo Destroys Goma (Volcano Week 3)

It’s Volcano Week 3 here at GSS, which explains why all of our posts over the course of the week are very likely to be volcano related. Mount Nyiragongo is an active volcano in the Virunga mountain range which runs…

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Tuesday, 14th October 2008

Mount Tambora (Volcano Week 3)

It’s Volcano Week 3 here at GSS, which explains why all of our posts over the course of the week are very likely to be volcano related. Mount Tambora is an active volcano on the island of Sumbawa in Indonesia,…

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Monday, 13th October 2008

Tristan da Cunha (Island Week 3)

It’s Island Week 3 here at GSS, which means we’ll mostly be posting about Islands. It’ll probably last about a week. The island of Tristan da Cunha and its surrounding archipelago are located in the southern Atlantic ocean, 2816 km…

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Thursday, 4th September 2008
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