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

... supervolcanoes on the Earth, which were active: Yellowstone in North America, Taupo in New Zealand and Toba in Sumatra. The Toba supereruption ~74,000 years ago, which ejected over 2,800 km 3 of material, is considered to be the largest terrestrial volcanic ... ... 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 ...

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

... supervolcanoes on the Earth, which were active: Yellowstone in North America, Taupo in New Zealand and Toba in Sumatra. The Toba supereruption ~74,000 years ago, which ejected over 2,800 km 3 of material, is considered to be the largest terrestrial volcanic ... ... 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 ...

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