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Lake Taupo, in the North Island of New Zealand, is a globally significant caldera of a supervolcano that formed following a massive eruption more than 20,000 years ago. from www.shutterstock.com

Explosive lies: how volcanoes can lie about their age, and what it means for us

New research shows that carbon dioxide in groundwater can affect the aging of volcanic eruptions. The findings could help predict future eruptions.
If Campi Flegrei ever goes off, you won’t want to be in Naples - or Europe! Emanuele Nicastro

The very useful art of assessing a supervolcano without making it erupt

Ever heard of Campi Flegrei? It is a supervolcano in southern Italy. Literally translating as “fields of fire,” only the Yellowstone caldera in the United States has more potential to devastate. The Naples…

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