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40 flights into and out of Mexico City have been cancelled in the last 2 days as Popocatepetl spews ash and steam.

A 11km wide no-go zone has […]

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Five active volcanoes in Indonesia are rumbling due to what the country’s volcano and disaster agency says is increased geophysical activity linked to recent earthquakes […]

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Latest data from UNISDR and Munich Re (an re-insurance company which collates data about natural disasters).

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A series of fantastic photo’s can be seen here

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VIK, Iceland — If Iceland’s air-traffic paralyzing volcanic eruption last year seemed catastrophic, just wait for the sequel. Read more…

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Volcanic eruption in Chile

On June 12, 2011 By

Chile’s Poyehue-Cordon Caulle volcano range began erupting a week ago and the ash cloud has caused cancelled flights across South America, Australia and New Zealand.

A good case […]

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The most active volcano in Iceland Grimsvotn has erupted.  The volcano is situated un South-East Iceland and lies under the largest glacier in Europe.

The last time […]

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The following is a list of programmes which should help all students with their understanding of geography.  Remember that if you miss the programme and wished […]

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