Monthly Archives: April 2011

Tambora, the forgotten biggie


I cannot really do a volcanism blog without mention of Tambora, firstly because it produced the largest eruption in recorded history, a VEI 7, and subsequently produced the year without a summer in 1816. The significance of this volcano cannot … Continue reading

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Mount Vesuvius gets very interesting


Okay, I might have figured out how to post to my own blog here. Let’s just have a go at it. I’m starting this blog because it’s so terribly hard to find anyone at all to talk to about volcanoes, … Continue reading

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