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by @peppemessin

A great friend and a great backpack for an amazing adventure 🌋🎒 @inateck

Etna
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by @marionmntz

Une expérience inoubliable: l’ascension du Stromboli 🌋 incroyable, unique, privilégiés. Swipe pour quelques vidéos ➡️ #stromboli #sicilia #incroyable #amazing #volcan #volcanology #volcanstromboli #hiking #hikingstromboli #magmatrek #stefanoguide #lampefrontale #nofilterneeded w/ @tripadvistom #love ❤️

Stromboli
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by @scientific_studies

Volcanoes are cracks in the earth that allows magma, ash, and gases to escape. In my previous post, I explained that the earth is made up of plates floating around on molten rock deep underground. The borders of these plates often have volcanoes. When enough pressure builds up underground, the molten rock and gases have to find a way to escape. A volcanic eruption is that release of tremendous energy. Magma spews our and becomes lava (magma is basically lava that is underground), and clouds of ashes are released, along with poisonous gases.
When lava spews out a volcano and flows across the ground, anything in its path is instantly melted or burned. This causes a lot of damage to nature and to animals, but in the long run, it’s actually beneficial.
After an eruption, the impact site may look completely charred, ashy, gray, and barren, and lifeless. However, the molten rock actually contains an abundant supply of nutrients. Plants usually thrive in areas where there were once volcanic eruptions because of how rich in minerals the solidified lava were. Even if all life seemed to have been eradicated, it’ll always return.
#volcano #volcanoes #rock #lava #earth #nature #magma #obsidian #volcanology #earthwindandfire #cloud #ash #smoke #poison #toxic #harmful


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by @ffawwaz_

Hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t hard work. .
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#galunggung #volcanology #observasi #Project


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by @arinuryaddinputra

Keep rocking⛰⚒🚁
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📍Loc :Lunyuk , Indonesia🇲🇨
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Sumbawa Besar, Nusa Tenggara Barat, Indonesia
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by @angkhoury

Cannot believe HVNP is reopening this weekend! I must say for National Parks, this one sure is constantly changing! I’ve been to the park on several occasions and cannot imagine how different Halema’uma’u now looks in person! This past Summer we spent 2 incredible days in Hilo and Volcano, Hawaii. I got to see Fissure 8 from afar... got to see it by boat, by helicopter, got to drive past Leilani Estates and down Highway 130 toward Kalapana days after the road was reopened! Saw cracks in the road on Highway 11 just outside HVNP, felt a freaking earthquake!!! Saw Pele’s hair all over Kaimu Black sand beach, smelled the sulphur dioxide as we were in the vicinity of fissure 8, and saw the entire night sky light up RED from the Fissure 8 flows. I’m sad for how much it’s affected the community and local economy, but I’m glad to go and support the economy and locals during this difficult time. I’m sad for all the losses — personal property, homes, livelihoods, and precious gems that are lost for forever — some that I’ve personally been to myself — Ahalanui and Kapoho Tide Pools. Back in HVNP who knows if we’ll ever have the opportunity to visit the park in the middle of the night, stand at Jaggar Museum, and listen to Pele in the depths of Halema’uma’u. I’m sad for all that has been lost, but I’m also thankful I’ve been able to experience a chapter in the history of the Big Island! 🤙🏼

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by @ammone85

Well hi, cutie pie! We were awestruck by all the interesting rock formations in Oregon. A lot of it was produced by massive and violent explosions 15.5 MILLION years ago. The ash then eventually fell and settled into these large stone formations we see today, called “tuff”. I’m sure some other eruptions and processes went into this but that’s about what I know 🤷🏼‍♀️ and it sure was incredible to see. •




#volcanology #oregon #roadtrip #exploretocreate #geology #rocksandstuff #climberporn #visitoregon #publiclands #blm #blmlands #thislandisourland

Oregon
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by @funwithflir

No science here folks! Just cool thermal image of a volcano because, well, why wouldn’t you!
#volcano #volcanology #vulcan


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by @aebezelabs

ANSWER: Kinda. QUESTION: Anything I should know before heading to the airport? 📹: @olivier_severe
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#sky #skyscape #sky_sea_sunset #weather #sky_perfection #weathergram #volcanology #volcano


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by @geofriendsontour

This was our first volcano ascent, back in 2015. One of the best trip we have ever had and where everything started: a real friendship born from volcanic ash.
Now a new adventure is starting: volcanoes are waiting for us 🌋#geofriendsontour

#volcanology #geology #geofriends #volcano #eolieislands #vulcano #fieldtrip #hiking #trekking #nature #adventure #lanzarote #lanzasbronze #beach #ocean #fricchettoni #magmachebelli #beer #thenorthface #natgeo #fujifollowme #travel #gopro

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by @torrespestano

Busco en el silencio mi refugio, sigo sus coordenadas. Por ahora necesito un poquito de nada, de recuerdos del futuro o de vidas pasadas | @_maluoficial_ ▪️ Ciudad de Papel 🖤 〰️ A la derecha el Volcán Las Arenas 🌋

Arafo, Canarias, Spain
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by @dash.crd

Volcano calling 🗻......Mt Etna..Sicily #throwback #dolcevita #geographer #volcanology #bucketlist #sicilliano #instatravel


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by @brokenartdoll

I'm such a fake artist, I can't even remember the name of the painter I did this reproduction of. Sorry Dad.

#oilpainting #acrylicpainting #volcano #volcanology #volcanoeruption #reproduction #artreproduction #mtsthelens #cotopaxi #mtrainier #montserrat #popocatépetl


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