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Rapid rates of growth and collapse of Monowai submarine VOLCANO in the Kermadec Arc

 
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Rapid rates of growth and collapse of Monowai submarine VOLCANO in the Kermadec Arc
Most of Earth’s volcanoes are under water. As a result of their relative inaccessibility, little is known of the structure and evolution of submarine volcanoes. Advances in navigation and sonar imaging techniques have made it possible to map submarine volcanoes in detail, and repeat surveys allow the identification of regions where the depth of the sea floor is actively changing. Here we report the results of a bathymetric survey of Monowai submarine volcano in the Tonga–Kermadec Arc, which we mapped twice within 14 days.

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Re: Rapid rates of growth and collapse of Monowai submarine VOLCANO in the Kermadec Arc
the ocean floor is "breathing" :)
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Re: Rapid rates of growth and collapse of Monowai submarine VOLCANO in the Kermadec Arc
Bizarre rock 'ice shelf' found in Pacific

[link to news.ninemsn.com.au]


A huge cluster of floating volcanic rocks covering almost 26,000 square kms has been found drifting in the Pacific, the New Zealand navy said Friday.


Scientists aboard the ship said the pumice probably came from an underwater volcano called Monowai, which has been active recently.



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