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Location of recent quakes near Nisyros Island, Greece
Donnerstag, Dez 13, 2012
Earthquakes have been more frequent recently at Nisyros volcano. 2 more quakes of magnitude 2.1 and 3.1 have occurred today close to the island at depths of about 10 and 20 km, respectively. [mehr]
Dienstag, Dez 04, 2012
A seismic swarm of 2000 microearthquakes near the island of Nisyros since 24 November could indicate a start of a or coming of a volcanic eruption near Nisyros. ... [mehr]
 

Nisyros Vulkan

Stratovulkan, vulkanischen Kuppeln 680 m
Dodecanese Islands, Greece, 36.58°N / 27.17°E
Aktueller Status: normal / ruhend (1 von 5)
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Last update: 26 Mär 2019
Typische Aktivität: Hydrothermale Explosionen, überschwängliches Vulkan Vulkan Kuppeln
Ausbrüche des Nisyros: 1881-1887 - hydrothermic explosions of the crater "Micros Polyvotis"
1500 - hydrothermic explosions
1000-2000 B.C. - hydrothermic explosions of the crater "Stefanos"
5000-10.000 B.C. - hydrothermic eruptions of the Kaminakia craters
15.000-10.000 B.C.- building of postcalderic volcano domes
15.000 B.C. - effusive eruption of the central caldera of Nisyros ("Upper pumice")
25.000 B.C. - effusive eruption of the central caldera of Nisyros ("Lower pumice")
40.000-30.000 B.C. - effusive eruption ("Kira-Formation")
150.000 B.C. - first submarin eruptions Stephanos crater of Nisyros volcano
UhrzeitMag. / TiefeDistanceOrt
Thu, 5 Dec 2019
Thu, 5 Dec 01:00 UTCM 2.2 / 92.8 km27 kmOniki Adalar (mediterranean Sea) (Greece)
Thu, 28 Nov 2019
Thu, 28 Nov 03:58 UTCM 1.7 / 7.4 km20 kmKos Adasi (mediterranean Sea) (Greece)
Thu, 28 Nov 00:27 UTCM 1.0 / 24.3 km28 kmOniki Adalar (mediterranean Sea) (Greece)
Tue, 26 Nov 2019
Tue, 26 Nov 13:23 UTCM 3.1 / 8 km18 kmDodecanese Is.-turkey Border Reg (Greece)
Tue, 26 Nov 05:35 UTCM 2.2 / 13.8 km20 kmOniki Adalar (mediterranean Sea) (Greece)
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The small round island of Nisyros is one of the more active but less known volcanoes in Greece. It is located south of the popular beach holiday island of Kos.
The volcano is part of the Hellenic Arc, a curved line of volcanic centers which are caused by a subduction zone, and stretches from the Saronic Gulf opposite Athens via the island groups of Milos, Santorini, and Nisyros-Yali-Cos to the Bodrum peninsula at the extreme SW of Turkey.
The last eruption of Nisyros were phreatic explosions in 1881-87. They left a moonscape with colorful craters and very active fumaroles.

Beschreibung:

Nisyros is together with the volcanoes of the Cos caldera the east edge of the Aegean Arch with its active volcanoes Methana, Milos, Santorini. The Nisyros volcano is the most active remain of the Cos caldera that exploded aprox. 150.000 years ago. Nisyros, Yali, Strongyli, Pyrgoussa, Pahia and Kefalos (at Cos) are the remains of a zone that is considered to be still active. A Magma chamber below Nisyros is only 3-4 km deep and still rising up. Since 2000 when the Nisyros research program of the GEOWARN-Team started, the temperatures of the fumaroles have been changing from 98 C to 103 C in 2004. There was also a high tectonic (earthquakes) activity in the last years and so a program to prevent volcanic hazards is still ongoing.

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Nisyros Vulkanresien
Mandeln, Oliven und Vulkane (8-tägige Wander- und Studienreise zu den Inseln Kos und Nisyros, Griechenland)

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3D-Darstellung von Kos

Threedimensional image of the caldera of Cos with its volcanoes Yali & Nisyros
Threedimensional image of the caldera of Cos with its volcanoes Yali & Nisyros
 

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