Over half a billion tons are stored there and an earthquake or a volcanic eruption might destroy the equilibrium and it could pop up like a shaken bottle of carbonated water. So, it's very, very dangerous. So you could fear tsunamis or the people-- 2 million people living around there could suffocate of carbon dioxide. A limnic catastrophe of the lake would be really unimaginable. It happens.
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In 2016 an eruption that happened overnight gave scientists a warning of just how dangerous White Island could be. Graham Leonard from GNS Science, the body tasked with monitoring the volcano.Read More
Volcano, vent in the crust of the Earth or another planet or satellite, from which issue eruptions of molten rock, hot rock fragments, and hot gases. A volcanic eruption is an awesome display of the Earth’s power. Yet while eruptions are spectacular to watch, they can cause disastrous loss of life and property, especially in densely populated regions of the world.Read More
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This island volcano has been exhibiting a pattern of eruption for 2,000 years. Mildly explosive blasts of magma - called fire fountains - consistently occur from a few minutes to a few hours apart. This type of eruption is known as strombolian and is exhibited by other volcanoes around the world, such as by Mount Erebus in Antarctica.Read More
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