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Analysis Settles a Volcanic Debate

News   Aug 20, 2018 | Original Story by Mari N. Jensen for The University of Arizona.

 
Analysis Settles a Volcanic Debate

Akrotiri is the Minoan town on Santorini that was damaged by earthquakes building up to the eruption and then buried under ash once Thera erupted. The whole town site has a modern roof structure over it to protect the fragile site from the elements. Credit: Gretchen Gibbs.

 
 
 

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