The caldera-forming eruption of Campi Flegrei (Italy) 40,000 years ago is the largest known eruption in Europe during the last 200,000 years, but little is known about other large eruptions at the volcano prior to a more recent caldera-forming event 15,000 ye… [Read More]
Published @ April 25, 2019
"Natural concrete" beneath Italian volcano explains mysterious uplift
The discovery beneath Campi Flegrei, a dormant supervolcano in southern Italy, of a concrete-like rock that is similar to Roman concrete explains why the ...
PUBLIC LECTURE: Fire & Ice: Volcanoes, Earth Structure, and the Evolution of the Antarctic Ice Sheet
IRIS/SSA Distinguished lecturer Douglas A. Weins, Washington University in St. Louis. The continent of Antarctica supports the largest ice sheets in the world.
How is ancient Roman cement getting stronger?
Ancient Roman concrete has become more resilient over the centuries. Know we know why. Learn more about this story at www.newsy.com/70274/ Find more ...