Volcano team get measure of threat to...

Volcano team get measure of threat to Great Rift Valley

There are 1 comment on the University of Cambridge story from Aug 8, 2014, titled Volcano team get measure of threat to Great Rift Valley. In it, University of Cambridge reports that:

Little known volcanoes in one of Africa's most stunning locations are to be explored in a bid to understand the threat they pose to life, livelihood and the landscape.

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“Geologist [I'm Climate Change]”

Since: Mar 07

formerly Nuneaton

#1 Aug 11, 2014
Awaiting results with interest.

The current rift phase in Ethiopia/Eritrea is not yet over by the way, last act appears to be excessive sulphur production from very hot fumaroles in Dallol in a deep part of the rift in a salt basin producing nocturnal sulphur blue burns around the new incandescent fumarole.

Also lacking in a report from Erta ale since the start of 2013 when the lava overflowed the pit crater producing a raised rampart.

Have a nice day: Ag

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