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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:jgl 15692566:MV8xNjYyNzIxXzMxMDM3MzA5X0U0NzdGNEIx] anon. coward of jordan - Follow up Andrew Newman's paper, or the many reports that have been posted about it. Many volcanoes inflate far more than Santorini and don't erupt. IF Nea Kameni erupts it may be more of a tourist attraction than dangerous! Small quakes, noise, ashfall can affect lungs if the wind is in the wrong direction. Similar eruptions have taken place several times in the last 200 years or so. There is a slight suggestion that an undersea vent may open at the point of greatest inflation about 2km to the N of Nea K. In this case explosions may be more violent, causing waves affecting boat traffic. To the NE there is an undersea volcano called Koloumbo. IF that starts winding up, there will be sufficient warning to get out - do so!!! I had 2 weeks in Santo recently - it was beautiful. I would recommend a visit to anyone. Boat trip around the Caldera is a must, so is a visit to Akrotiri Archaelogical site. Dangerous?? I'll be back as soon as the medics give me the all-clear. [/quote]
Well there is activity also in santorini.
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