Overall Green alert Volcanic eruption for Merapi
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El nuevo conocimiento del manto de la Tierra ayuda a explicar los volcanes explosivos de Indonesia

Thu, 24 Jun 2021 19:25:00 +0200notiulti (es)

Frances Deegan, primera autora del estudio e investigadora del Departamento de Ciencias de la Tierra de la Universidad de Uppsala, resume los hallazgos. “El magma se forma en el manto, y la composición del manto debajo de Indonesia solía ser conocida solo en parte.

New Knowledge of Earth’s Mantle Helps to Explain Indonesia's Explosive Volcanoes

Thu, 24 Jun 2021 14:26:00 +0200enn (en)

Indonesia ’s volcanoes are among the world’s most dangerous. Indonesia’s volcanoes are among the world’s most dangerous. Why? Through chemical analyses of tiny minerals in lava from Bali and Java, researchers from Uppsala University and elsewhere have found new clues.

Why are volcanoes in Indonesia so dangerous?

Thu, 24 Jun 2021 14:05:00 +0200earth (en)

The Indonesia n island chain was created by volcanism caused by one of Earth’s plates sliding beneath another. The Indonesian islands themselves are the tops of volcanoes rising from the ocean. Magma produced by volcanoes varies greatly in composition, depending on the Earth’s mantle at the location where the magma is produced.

Líbano, Indonesia, Mozambique, India y Guatemala, algunos de los proyectos activos de We Are Water

Tue, 22 Jun 2021 14:06:00 +0200iagua (es)

La Fundación We Are Water termina la primera mitad de 2019 con nueve proyectos activos. Estos pretenden paliar, por un lado, las pérdidas y destrozos causados por las catástrofes naturales en Indonesia , Guatemala y Mozambique y, por el otro, intentan solventar los problemas de necesidades humanitarias en El Líbano, India, Burkina Faso e Indonesia.

Greater risk for babies born during natural disasters

Sun, 20 Jun 2021 21:01:00 +0200medicalxpress (en)

Pregnant women exposed to natural disasters such as volcanoes are more likely to give birth prematurely, according to a new study from The Australian National University (ANU). The study looked at pregnant women who've been evacuated from villages near Mount Sinabung volcano in Indonesia , which has been active since 2010.

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