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Three killed, five missing in Indonesia flood
NEWS.com.au
Two rivers on the eastern side of the volcano overflowed after heavy rains, carrying volcanic debris down to three residential areas in the town, Nugroho said. The Indonesian archipelago has dozens of active volcanoes. The country’s most active volcano
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Volcanoes Sound-Off on the Life-Cycles of Eruptions
Newswise (press release)
Newswise — From low rumblings to concussive blasts, volcanoes emit a broad spectrum of sonic energy. In the case of basaltic eruptions, most of that acoustical energy in the infrasound range, at frequencies below the range of human hearing.
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Travel Tip: Volcano Travel
Peter Greenberg.com Travel News
There are tons of very cool volcano experiences out there that you may not have heard of. How about driving a route that’s all about volcanic sites? The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway is a 500-mile route between California and Oregon.
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Nicaragua Tourism Website Debuts New Feature to Streamline Vacation Planning
Sacramento Bee
By Nicaragua Tourism Board MANAGUA, Nicaragua, May 8, 2012 — /PRNewswire/ — Nicaragua, Central America’s hottest (and safest) tourist destination, has unveiled a website feature to make traveling to “the land of lakes and volcanoes” easier.
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5 Killed, 10 Missing in Lava Floods in Indonesia
CRIENGLISH.com
Mount Gamalama, one of Indonesia 129 active volcanoes, erupted and spewed a column of ash 2000 meters high in December. Spokesman of Transport Ministry Bambang Ervan denied a media report that the main airport in the province was closed.
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Guatemala’s coffee crop hit by killer fungus
CTV.ca
That is a big worry for gourmet coffee roasters who rely on arabica coffee grown in the mountains or on slopes of steep volcanoes. Together, Central America and Mexico produce around a fifth of the world’s arabica, a higher-quality variety favoured by
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Children’s hands-on science club in Castle Hill
Hills Shire Times
GIANT bubbles, volcanoes and balloons are just some of the items on the agenda for a new after-school science club for primary school children in Castle Hill. The Fizzics Discovery Science Club has been launched by the Powerhouse Discovery Centre at
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