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Santorini (nea kameni volcano) unrest. Water tempature in caldera rising! Magma spot also detected 4km depth.
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 11198416:MV8xNjYyNzIxXzMwNjkxNDk2X0JGQjBFQjM4] [b]The Santorini volcano caldera is awake again and [color=red]rapidly deforming[/color][/b] – April 18, 2012 Santorini is a volcanic island that has been relatively calm since its last eruption in 1950. But, [color=red]its caldera is awake again and rapidly deforming at levels never seen before[/color]. Georgia Tech Associate Professor Andrew Newman has studied Santorini since setting up more than 20 GPS stations on the island in 2006 After decades of little activity, a series of earthquakes and deformation began within the Santorini caldera in January of 2011,” said Newman, whose research is published by Geophysical Research Letters. “Since then, our instruments on the northern part of the island have moved laterally between five and nine centimeters. The volcano’s magma chamber is filling, and we are keeping a close eye on its activity... [b] ReadMore:[/b] http://thewatchers.adorraeli.com/2012/04/18/the-santorini-volcano-caldera-is-awake-again-and-rapidly-deforming/ [/quote]
Well there is activity also in santorini.
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