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Volcano news
Monday, Aug 08, 2016
Seismic activity has decreased since its peak with shallow earthquakes around 2 August which had triggered fears that a new eruption could occur in the near future. Authorities remain at alert while groups of scientists are currently monitoring the situation. ... read all
Wednesday, Aug 03, 2016
Brava island on 2 Aug 2016 seen from space next to (larger) Fogo island
Out of fear of a possible new eruption, authorities evacuated 300 people from Cova Da Joana town on Brava island. According to news reports, the National Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics recorded increased seismic activity including volcanic tremor that sparked fears an eruption could be imminent. read all
 
Ascensión
(Stratovolcano)
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Bouvet
(Shield volcano)
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Gough Island
(Shield)
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Inaccessible Island
(Stratovolcano)
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Jan Mayen
(Stratovolcano)
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Martin Vaz
(Stratovolcano)
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Nightingale Island
(Stratovolcano)
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Thompson Island
(Submarine volcano?)
Thompson Island was a phantom island in the South Atlantic. According to the Global Volcanism Program, it was thought to be located about 70 km (43 mi; 38 nmi) north-northeast of Bouvet Island, a small Norwegian dependency located between South Africa and Antarctica. [more]
Trindade
(Stratovolcano)
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Tristan da Cunha
(Shield volcano)
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Unnamed 0.72°S/20.53°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 3.5°S/24.5°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 32.958°S/5.22°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 38.75°N/38.08°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 39.95°N/25.83°W
(Submarine volcano)
A ship captain reported water ebullition and hot fumes at this location in 1856. [more]
Unnamed 4.20°N/21.45°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 49.00°N/34.5°W
(Submarine volcano)
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Unnamed 7.00°N/21.83°W
(Submarine volcano?)
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