New expedition to Guatemala's volcanoes in April 2010
Freitag Jan 08, 2010 19:02 |
The VolcanoDiscovery team returned from an expedition to Guatemala, a country offering not only spectacular volcanic activity, wonderful landscapes, colorful villages and towns, friendly people, but also a perfect setting for a volcanological-geological study tour.
We are announcing a new expedition for April 2010. Details will follow soon and are available if you contact us.
Dienstag, Nov 17, 2009
Mittwoch, Jan 28, 2009
SOS METHANA ... [mehr]
Dienstag, Dez 02, 2008
Nachdem 2 Tage nach dem deutschen Fotografen Thomas Reichart am Ätna gesucht wurde, fand ihn heute unser Führer Rosario Basile tot am Ätna. Er ist wohl abgestürzt und seinen Verletzungen erlegen. ... [mehr]
Freitag, Okt 31, 2008
The VolcanoDiscovery presentation of the 4 Greek volcanoes at the German volcanological museum Lava-Dome in Mendig/Germany on Oktober 29th was successful. Tobias Schorr introduced the public to the unknown Greek volcanoes and their geological and cultural history. Milos as the beginning of the first industrial mining in Greek history was the start. He explained how the mining of obsidian was important for prehistoric people and how the tools were used and exported from Milos to other Greek islands. The Minoan eruption of Santorini´s volcano and its impact in prehistoric culture was one of the most interesting facts in his presentation. The public also loved his photos from Methana volcanic peninsula and his presentation of some rock samples after the show. The next presentation will take place in the VHS-Remagen/Germany on 25 November. [mehr]
Dienstag, Okt 21, 2008
Tobias Schorr came just back from a very nice private walking study tour on Methana. The weather allowed many interesting walks into the mountains of Methana. Old friends and the great landscape were the highlights. Tobias is still planning new tours on Methana for 2009. We will keep you updated. [mehr]
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