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Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Active volcano under ice raises concerns

New data has caused researchers to conclude that at least one volcano a mile below the ice of Antarctica is active, despite previous speculation that it was the opposite; while an eruption is not expected for several decades they are confident one will eventually transpire.

While some have expressed concerns about the possibilty that an accelerated melt-off linked to the boiling magma chamber may contribute to rising sea levels, another 'expert' was quick to assert that such a theory was highly speculative, thus unlikely.


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