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Major Supereruptions in the Earth’s History Were Caused by Deep Water Migration

... site of several catastrophic eruptions, at least three in the last million years. The human civilization has never encountered a supereruption. The largest eruption recorded by man had a volume of about 150 km 3 and occurred at Tambora Volcano in Indonesia in 1815. This disaster led to a substantial climate cooling throughout the northern hemisphere and to tens of thousands of victims due to famine and epidemics. However, the scale of this event is incompatible to the consequences of supereruptions....

Modified: 02.09.2016
supervolcanoes , Toba , Sumatra , Indonesia , seismic model , tectonics , subduction , volcanism , caldera , crust structure , magma chambers , supereruptions
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Major Supereruptions in the Earth's History Were Caused by Deep Water Migration

... a site of several catastrophic eruptions, at least three in the last million years. The human civilization has never encountered a supereruption. The largest eruption recorded by man had a volume of about 150 km 3 and occurred at Tambora Volcano in Indonesia in 1815. This disaster led to a substantial climate cooling throughout the northern hemisphere and to tens of thousands of victims due to famine and epidemics. However, the scale of this event is incompatible to the consequences of supereruptions....

Modified: 08.08.2016
supervolcanoes , Toba , Sumatra , Indonesia , seismic model , tectonics , subduction , volcanism , caldera , crust structure , magma chambers , supereruptions
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