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Thursday, May 17, 2012

Underwater volcanic eruptions


 The Monowai seamount, an underwater volcano located north of New Zealand, erupted during an expedition and added about 300 million cubic feet (9 million cubic meters) of rock to its summit — a volume equal to 3,500 Olympic-size swimming pools — in just five days during the spring of 2011.







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