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Underwater volcano could release harmful gas bubbles larger than pyramids

In a fiery phenomenon, which we associate most often with magmatic mountain peaks, it is easy to forget that about 70 percent of all Earth volcanism takes place under ocean waves. This statistic is a problem for scientists who want to learn more about underwater volcanoes, which are difficult to study due to their submarine environment. However, new research shows …

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Listen to an underwater volcano burp with 750 feet of air bubbles

On July 7, 1908, the cutter crossed Albatross on the volcanic islands of Alaska as the sea rose into a dome the size of the capitol building of the country, as a report noted with admirable peculiarity. It arched and arched until it exploded, releasing a gas and vapor cloud that gushed out of the ocean with such intensity that …

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Yellowstone Volcano: How & # 39; Great Eruptions In The Park USGS Records Shattered & # 39; | Science | news

The Yellowstone volcano is under constant surveillance by USGS as it can wreak havoc on a global scale. As a result, it receives the deterrent nickname of a "super-volcano", meaning that a "super-eruption" is possible in which a deposit volume of more than 240 cubic miles is sent into the atmosphere. The caldera formed during the last of three eruptions …

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Watching this Volcano erupt from space is absolutely epic

Great Smoke Watching a massive volcanic eruption is truly mind-blowing – but that's nothing compared to the unbelievable prospect that astronauts received from the International Space Station to Syfy Wire as the Raikoke Volcano Kamchatka peninsula in eastern Russia erupted in a massive dark cloud of smoke. Ash and volcanic gasses formed a huge cloud over the 2300 foot diameter …

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Volcano ash dusting Houston skyline with purple haze

The sunsets in the Houston area have been particularly busy lately. Volcanic ash from Russia has given the sky a purple haze. The sunsets in the Houston area have been particularly lively lately. Volcanic ash from Russia has given the sky a purple haze. Photo: Melissa Aguilar, Houston Chronicle / Staff Photo: Melissa Aguilar, Houston Chronicle / Staff The sunsets …

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Massive volcano on Jupiter's moon could erupt immediately

Jupiter's moon Io houses the most active volcano in the solar system, Loki Patera, a 200-kilometer wide lava lake. A new study suggests that Loki Patera is ready to break out again. "Loki is the largest and most powerful volcano on Io, so bright in the infrared that we can detect it with the help of telescopes on Earth." Planetary …

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Will a huge volcano erupt on Jupiter's moon Io this month? | space

<! – -> Enlarge. | The Voyager 1-picture mosaic, acquired in 1979, shows a vast area of ​​volcanic eruptions on Jupiter's moon Io. Here you can see numerous volcanic calderas and lava flows. Loki Patera, an active lava lake, is the large, U-shaped black feature located approximately in the middle of the bottom of this image. Picture via NASA PhotoJournal. …

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After an asteroid, volcano, or nuke, mushrooms could save humanity

About 66 million years ago, at asteroid plummeted through Earth's atmosphere and crashed into the sea floor, creating an explosion over 6,500 times more powerful than the nuclear bomb the US dropped on Hiroshima. Earth's atmosphere, blocking the sun's light and warmth for about two years. Photosynthesis ground to a halt, which meant no more plant growth. The surviving dinosaurs …

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Eruption of volcano in Hawaii led to phytoplankton bloom, study shows

The eruption of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii last year had a devastating effect on the country, tearing down more than 700 houses and covering the land with volcanic rock. However, on the ocean, the lava had a different effect and stimulated a massive flowering of plankton algae or phytoplankton, according to a new study. Volcanic Lava in the Hawaii …

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The Kilauea volcano on Hawaii unexpectedly triggered a gigantic phytoplankton bloom

The clearly visible green phytoplankton blooms during the Kilauea outbreak of 2018. Image: USGS Coastguard Volcanic eruptions usually go with death and But the latest outbreaks on Hawaii's Big Island have led to an unexpected biological boom – a giant algae plume that extends hundreds of miles into the Pacific Ocean. From May to August 2018, a sustained eruption on …

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