Mt. Pinatubo (Volcano Week 4)

It’s Volcano Week 4 here at GSS. Volcanoes, about a week. You know the drill! Beauty sometimes erupts from utter disaster. Take, for example, the gorgeous crater lake that formed in the remnant bowl of the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption in the Philippines. A stunning natural wonder was created from one of the largest, most devastating volcanic eruptions in the past 100 years. No one knew there was volcanic action happening far below the surface of Pinatubo. The local indigenous people, the Aeta, had no recollection of any previous blasts in their oral history and geologist data was…

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