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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:so-gui-li:MV8xNjYyNzIxXzI4MjkyNTAxXzg3QjUwQ0U0] Well i'm not sure. There is lots of activity. Now really dangerous and active are Aira-caldera, Krakatau, Tambora, Taupo volcanic field and Santorini. Those places get their energy from plate movement and we can expect that some of them will erupt like aira-caldera erupts now. Big ones Yellowstone and Lake Toba situation is quite similar. I just heard that Lake Toba huge volcanic lake 5km beneath Toba lake is quite full because of late plate movement in great sumatran fault line and there is danger that big earthquake could launch eruption there. But it is really stabile now despite late earthquake movement. Yellowstone is also really stabile but i really think that there will be happen something because earth magnetic field is chancing. It can launch many volcanoes and huge earthquakes any time. I think thats why many hotspot place is really active. Nabro,Canary island, Azores, Iceland for example. If this is continuing it think we will hear more about yellowstone in future. [/quote]
Well there is activity also in santorini.
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