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Subject +++ NEW VOLCANO ERUPTION??? 7 EQ's New Britain region, Papua New Guinea +++
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Original Message Thursday June 16 2011, 07:05:39 UTC 43 minutes ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.6 118.1
Thursday June 16 2011, 06:55:53 UTC 53 minutes ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.8 35.0
Thursday June 16 2011, 03:58:22 UTC 3 hours ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.8 35.2
Thursday June 16 2011, 03:07:15 UTC 4 hours ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.7 33.4
Thursday June 16 2011, 01:46:13 UTC 6 hours ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.7 44.9
Thursday June 16 2011, 01:25:12 UTC 6 hours ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 4.8 36.1
Thursday June 16 2011, 00:03:40 UTC 7 hours ago New Britain region, Papua New Guinea 6.6 47.4

New Britain was largely formed by volcanic processes, and there are several active volcanoes on the island, including Ulawun (the highest volcano in Papua New Guinea), Langila, the Garbuna Group, the Sulu Range, and the volcanoes Tavurvur and Vulcan of the Rabaul caldera. A major eruption of Tavurvur in 1994 destroyed the East New Britain provincial capital of Rabaul. Most of the town still lies under metres of ash, and the capital has been moved to nearby Kokopo.
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