Tag Archives: Volcanoes

Pumice raft may indicate new underwater volcano

Update 14th August – Source found – see below Reports have appeared in the press over the last few days of a huge white raft of pumice encountered by the Air Force and a navy ship about a 1000 miles … Continue reading

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Katla grumbles again

Is this the sleeping giant awakening or just stirring? There’s been an upshift in activity in the last 24 hours – is this going to lead to an eruption this time?

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Effects of Subsea Volcanic Heat

A while back I tried to calculate how submarine volcanic activity around the West Antarctic Peninsula might affect water temperatures, and in consequence land temperatures in the region. What I lacked was a credible estimate of the size of a … Continue reading

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What planet is he on?

Could Ian Plimer be right or is he so far from the truth that he is off on another planet somewhere?  [for those who need a Plimer Primer, his ICCC presentation is here, (video, audio coming soon); alternatively check out … Continue reading

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