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Italian Supervolcano Campi Flegrei Is Showing Signs of Reawakening

Italian Supervolcano Campi Flegrei Is Showing Signs of Reawakening

 Dec 30, 2016     Climate Change, Analytics      506      0
While scientists’ attention  is   focused  on studying and hopefully predicting the behavior of Earth’s biggest supervolcano in Yellowstone National Park, another supervolcano, Campi Flegrei, seems to be showing the signs of reawakening. A recent study by the scientists from the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology in Bologna, published in the journal Nature Communications, states  that,  “Of the several quiescent calderas worldwide, Campi Flegrei has recently shown  among  the clearest signs of unrest.” 
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Yellowstone. The fatal crack has launched the final countdown.

Yellowstone. The fatal crack has launched the final countdown.

 Dec 6, 2016     Climate Change, Analytics      238      0
A giant crack in the earth appeared in the area of ​​the Bighorn mountain range (Wyoming, USA), located about 200 km east from the Yellowstone National Park on October 23, 2015. It is  about 685 m/ 45 m in size. The representatives of the US Geological Survey did not leave any  comments about this event. American TV channels have only shown  brief  broadcasts with a comforting  fiction that the crack appeared due to "the preceding wet spring." The current situation is even more alarming, due to the close location  of the Yellowstone supervolcano to this place, which is now on the verge of eruption.
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