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Message Subject The monsters wakes up ! Katla Hekla Iceland Dead Zone and rift as uniform system ! A lot of others worldwide !
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and interesting question also in wired.com blog
[link to www.wired.com]
Michele Casati 12 hours ago −
Dolphins and fish pre-seismic biological changes ???
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Continue the slaughter of dolphins in the Tyrrhenian Sea, new carcasses on the beaches of Lazio: 45 dead specimens beginning of the year
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Mysterious fish deaths on the beach Giammoro, near Milazzo (photo)
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Magnitudo(Ml) 3.7 - ITALIA - Evento in mare
02/03/2013 05:22:09 (italiana)
02/03/2013 04:22:09 (UTC)

[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
Magnitude M 3.0
Date time 2013-03-02 11:04:13.0 UTC
Location 39.36 N ; 14.85 E
Depth 38 km
map [link to static2.emsc.eu]

Supervolcano Campi Flegrei, Italy [link to hisz.rsoe.hu]
The ground of the Campi Flegrei ("burning fields"), also known as the Phlegraean Fields, has risen more in recent weeks than it has in a long time. This does not necessary indicate a heightened risk of an eruption, however, says Thomas Wiersberg, a scientific drilling expert for the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) in Potsdam...
..."Many houses cracked," after which the ground deformation sharply subsided, Wiersberg said. "But it's true that the uplift has increased again during the past two or three months." An eruption could have serious consequences for the heavily populated region with knock-on effects for the whole of Europe. There could also be worldwide impact, for example in the form of climatic changes. No forecasts have been made thus far. Since super volcanoes seldom undergo massive eruptions, empirical data is lacking. "It's easy to assert there'll be an eruption sometime. That doesn't help us, though. We need more specific information," Wiersberg said. He said the drilling project aimed in part to monitor the Phlegraean Fields over the long term and gain more knowledge of what had occurred earlier in the super volcano. "First we've got to understand what's happening under the surface," Wiersberg said. Then it may be possible to say more about the likelihood of an eruption.
Fears of nearby residents - and some scientists - that the drilling could "awaken" the super volcano have proved to be unfounded. "Technically, everything went smoothly. No additional volcanic activities were triggered, nor were there any problems with gases or fluids," he noted. It has not yet been decided when the scientists will continue their project and begin drilling to a depth of 3 kilometres. "At the moment it's mainly a financial question," Wiersberg said. "There'll be deep drilling when Italy provides the necessary funds."

Campi Flegrei
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Campi Flegrei is a large 13-km-wide caldera on the outskirts of Naples that contains numerous phreatic tuff rings and pyroclastic cones. The caldera margins are poorly defined and on the south lie beneath the Gulf of Pozzuoli. Episodes of dramatic uplift and subsidence within the dominantly trachytic caldera have occurred since Roman times. The earliest known eruptive products are dated 47,000 years before present (BP)...

and close to south
Campi Flegrei Mar Sicilia
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Campi Flegrei del Mar di Sicilia (Phlegraean Fields of the Sicily Sea) is composed of a group of submarine volcanoes SW of Sicily. The volcanoes were constructed within a submarine depression about 1000 m deep in the Strait of Sicily between the SW coast of Sicily and the NE tip of Tunisia, forming submarine banks that are capped by cones that rise to near sea level...

with famous Empedocle volcano system (from this thread):

this is also very interesting region. Add to it continuation of Campi Flegrei to south and you found there no less, and possible even more dangerous Empedocle volcano
with also clear signs of awakening:
[link to en.wikipedia.org]
Empedocles is a large underwater volcano located 40 km off the southern coast of Sicily named after the Greek philosopher Empedocles who believed that everything on Earth was made up of the four elements.
According to Giovanni Lanzafame, of Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, the volcanic structure is around 400 meters high, with a base 30 km long and 25 km wide.

From 17 to 21 July of the previous (now past) year INGV made with a high resolution geophysical survey of the volcano with the scientific ship Astrea, which in particular has allowed him to establish the presence of monogenic nine craters on top of one of which is the island Ferdinandea
[link to upload.wikimedia.org]

map by INGV
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What if they will work as joint team? cool2
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Event-Id Data Ora (UTC) Lat Lon Prof (Km) Mag Distretto Sismico
7227046450 2013/03/03 02:45:45 38.122 15.132 9.8 Ml:2.5 Golfi_di_Patti_e_di_Milazzo
7227047820 2013/03/03 05:02:49 38.124 14.891 16.7 Ml:2 Costa_siciliana_settetrionale
7227056010 2013/03/03 18:41:32 38.908 15.537 167.7 Md:2.3 Costa_calabra_occidentale
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and Etna exactly under the center
7227054160 2013/03/03 15:36:05 37.736 15.05 3.7 Ml:2.1 Etna
map [link to cnt.rm.ingv.it]
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