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VolcanoDiscovery goes mobile: mobile.volcanodiscovery.com

Friday Jan 06, 2012 23:30 PM | BY: T

A mobile version of this website is now available: mobile.volcanodiscovery.com!
If you use a mobile browser or a very small screen, you can use the mobile version, replacing the www. with mobile. in the URL address.
The content is almost the same, but in the mobile version, the navigation and images are much reduced.
Previous news
Thursday, Jan 05, 2012
Franz took this picture almost exactly one year ago on the rim of Nyiragongo lava lake, one of the world's most spectacular volcanoes. [more]
Monday, Jan 02, 2012
If you like to read what a tour with us is like, have a look: Craig and Heather, a couple from Colorado, who took part in the Volcanoes of Italy tour last April, published a detailed report in the Rock & Gem magazine (Jan 2012 issue). ... [more]
Tuesday, Dec 20, 2011
The photo was taken in spring 2009 and shows an explosion from Stromboli's NE crater in the evening twilight. In the first half of 2009 in particular, this crater was in spectacular, vigorous activity. It had quickly built a tall cone, changing and dominating the crater terrace of Stromboli, and although more changes have happened, it is still one of the main features of the crater today. ... [more]
Petrified giant tree on Lesbos
Monday, Dec 19, 2011
Millions of years ago, dense forests were growing on the slopes of the island of Lesbos. Sequoias reached enormous heights. Eventually, after a long repose interval, the volcanoes of the island became active again. One of the largest eruptions generated hot ash flow that engulfed once verdant mountain forests and buried them under many meters of hot ash. ... [more]

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