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Bristol Island Volcano Erupts after 60 Years — Fire Earth

2016/05/05

GYB Bristol Island Volcano Joins the Global Volcanic Unrest Bristol Island volcano, one of South Sandwich Islands group, formed near East Scotia Ridge in Antarctica, is erupting for the first time in 60 years. Bristol Island is an 8 km long volcanic island in the South Sandwich Islands, located between Montagu Island and Thule Island. […]

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