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This from Zetatalk newsletter yesterday (14 Feb '10):(Sorry I can't put the chart here; the system that I am on won't let me paste it in. Can someone else copy it over?)A really impressive chart was recently posted by George Ure on his Urban Survival site. Using data on the date of most recent eruption, George shows us, visually, just how many of the 183 active volcanoes are active right now.SOURCE: http://urbansurvival.com/week.htm A good starting point might be a click on the data posted by the Smithsonian Institution which lists recent volcano eruptions by year. Boring? Hell no - especially when you plug it into a spreadsheet and turn it into a chart.Active volcanoes seem to all be going off at the present time. Mount Etna, in Italy, has been erupting almost continuously since 2001, after last erupting in 1994. Cleveland, in the Aleutian Islands, has been erupting almost continuously since 1997, though historically only erupted once every dozen years or so. Piton de la Fournaise, on Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, has been erupting since 1998 though historically has gaps of 10-20 years between eruptions. Baren Island, on the Andaman Islands of India, erupted in 2000, 2005, and 2008 though historically was quiescent for longer times between eruptions, for instance between 1852 and 1991. Llaima in central Chili has been erupting since 1997, though historically had gaps of 5 years on average between eruptions, which were brief.
Link for some info on the Iceland Volcano:http://www.montrealgazette.com/Iceland+volcano+eruption+intensifies/2710954/story.html
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