Rise and fall of underwater volcano captured

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Rise and fall of underwater volcano captured
Zee News
London: Researchers have recorded the violent rise and collapse of an underwater volcano in the Pacific Ocean in surprising clarity for the first time. Researchers studying the Monowai volcano, near Tonga, captured huge changes in height in just two
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Scientists Observe Rapid Change In Underwater Volcano
RedOrbit
Researchers have been able to capture the rise and collapse of an underwater volcano in the Pacific Ocean for the first time. The team studying Monowai volcano near Tonga has recorded large changes in height of the volcano in just two weeks.
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Team observes rapid change in underwater volcano Monowai
Phys.Org
Image (c) Nature Geoscience (2012) doi:10.1038/ngeo1473 (Phys.org) — A research team out to perform routine mapping of the seafloor some 400 kilometers southwest of Tonga, found that one volcano, named Monowai, changed dramatically over just a two
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Volcanoes on Mars
Times of Malta
Named in honour of Mount Olympus, the lofty abode of the gods of Greek mythology, Olympus Mons is an extinct volcano on Mars which rises to a height of 25 km above the surrounding plains. This volcano is about seven times the height of Mount Etna in
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Rapid Rates of Short Submarine Eruptions Measured at Monowai in the Kermadec
Wired News
Watts and his collaborators were able to carefully map the volcano to find what the changes at Monowai have been during these eruptive periods and it boils down to something we find familiar for terrestrial volcanoes: collapse and healing,
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VIDEO: Fleeting view of spattering lava at edge of Kilauea volcano’s
Hawaiimagazine.com (blog)
The Big Island’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory has released a video that spotlights lava spatter at the margins of the lava lake in Kilauea volcano’s Halemaumau crater. Scientists note that while this video shows typical activity, it offers a look at
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High school, college highlights
Statesman Journal
1 ranking in the NCAA Division II West Region and will host the West Regional Championships at Volcanoes Stadium in Keizer beginning Thursday. Play will run through Saturday or Sunday. WOU (40-9, 29-3 GNAC) opens against Chico State at 5 pm Thursday.
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