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Article ID: 654719

How Southeastern Mayan People Overcame the Catastrophic Eruption of Ilopango?

Nagoya University

A Nagoya University researcher and his leading international research group discovered a Great Platform built with different kinds of stone at the archeological site of San Andrés, El Salvador, and challenged the prevailing theory regarding the sociocultural development of Southeastern Maya frontier.

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2-Jun-2016 3:05 PM EDT
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Article ID: 651671

The Cozier the Better for Bubbles Inside Powerful Volcanoes

Georgia Institute of Technology

Study suggests that powerful volcanic blasts occur due in part to how light vapor bubbles migrate and accumulate in some parts of shallow volcanic chambers. Researchers say these bubbles maneuver their way through crystal filled magma until they settle in these open-spaced reservoirs – areas without many crystals – and build up the necessary energy for an impending eruption.

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14-Apr-2016 8:05 AM EDT
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Article ID: 650134

Making Magma Helps Researchers Understand Volcanoes

University of Alaska Fairbanks

The best way to figure out how something is made is to take it apart and put it back together again. That is what Jessica Larsen and her students do at the Geophysical Institute’s Petrology Lab in order to understand active volcanoes in Alaska.

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21-Mar-2016 11:05 AM EDT
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Article ID: 649160

How Rivers of Hot Ash and Gas Move When a Supervolcano Erupts

University at Buffalo

New research in Nature Communications sheds light on what happens when a supervolcano erupts. The study combines recent lab tests with vintage field data — some of it captured in colorful Kodachrome slides — to provide insight on how rivers of hot ash and gas travel huge distances in supereruptions.

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3-Mar-2016 6:05 AM EST
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Article ID: 648053

Study Challenges Widely Accepted Theory of Yellowstone Formation

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Understanding the complex geological processes that form supervolcanoes could ultimately help geologists determine what triggers their eruptions. A new study using an advanced computer model casts doubt on previously held theories about the Yellowstone supervolcano’s origins, adding to the mystery of Yellowstone’s formation.

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15-Feb-2016 3:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 646160

Explosive Underwater Volcanoes Were a Major Feature of ‘Snowball Earth’

University of Southampton

Around 720-640 million years ago, much of the Earth’s surface was covered in ice during a glaciation that lasted millions of years. Explosive underwater volcanoes were a major feature of this ‘Snowball Earth’, according to new research led by the University of Southampton.

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15-Jan-2016 5:05 AM EST
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Article ID: 646072

Evidence of Large Volcanic Activity in the Caribbean Uncovered

University of Southampton

Scientists from the University of Southampton have uncovered evidence of a previously unknown large volcanic eruption in the Caribbean Sea.

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14-Jan-2016 5:05 AM EST
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Article ID: 645880

UO-Led Expedition Probes Undersea Magma System

University of Oregon

A team of University of Oregon scientists is home after a month-long cruise in the eastern Mediterranean, but this was no vacation. The focus was the plumbing system of magma underneath the island of Santorini, formed by the largest supervolcanic eruption in the past 10,000 years.

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11-Jan-2016 1:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 645463

Traces of Islandic Volcanoes in a Northeastern German Lake

GFZ GeoForschungsZentrum Potsdam

Precise reconstruction of regional climate changes in the past.

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4-Jan-2016 12:05 PM EST
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Article ID: 645336

Evidence of Past Volcanic Activity in the Caribbean Sea

Geological Society of America (GSA)

Reconstructing the magnitude of past volcanic eruptions is important in informing predictions about future eruptions and hazards. This is difficult to accomplish from records on land -- old eruptions are often eroded away, buried beneath later eruptions, or obscured by vegetation and soil. Most volcanoes are close to the oceans, so much of the erupted material falls into seawater and accumulates on the seafloor.

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23-Dec-2015 2:05 PM EST
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