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New photos from Milos, Greece, taken during our tour in spring 2013
Tuesday, Jul 09, 2013
Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013
According to the latest seismic and satellite (InSAR and GPS) data, the uplift at the Santorini volcano (2011-2012) has has come to an end. ...
Thursday, Dec 13, 2012
Earthquakes have been more frequent recently at Nisyros volcano. 2 more quakes of magnitude 2.1 and 3.1 have occurred today close to the island at depths of about 10 and 20 km, respectively. [more]
Tuesday, Dec 04, 2012
A seismic swarm of 2000 microearthquakes near the island of Nisyros since 24 November could indicate a start of a or coming of a volcanic eruption near Nisyros. ... [more]
Saturday, Sep 22, 2012
In recent days, many posts have spring up again speculating about increased seismic activity and a possible new eruption in some near future at Santorini. We cannot see any such. No unusual concentration of earthquakes is visible near the island in the past weeks. [more]
More on VolcanoDiscovery:
Merapi volcano photos
: One of the most active and most dangerous volcanoes of Indonesia: Merapi meaning "the one who makes fire", is a feared but also venerated holy mountain looming over the city of Yogyakarta, capital of Central Java.
Fuego volcano photos
: One of Central America's most active volcanoes, Fuego in Guatemala is in near-permanent explosive eruption with intermittent phases of increasing activity that generate lava fountains, lava flows and pyroclastic flows.
Etna's steam rings
: A collection of fantastic vortex rings ("smoke rings") we observed recently on Etna.
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