Perceptibly volcanic which then reflects the sun’s rays, cooling the planet in a few years. But it turns out the opposite is happening, the periods of warming, following the period of glaciations, can lead to more frequent eruptions.
A group of geologists studying ocean bottom mud sample along the perimeter of the Pacific Ring of Fire volcano for signs of ancient eruptions. Bottom layer thicknesses in a million years of accumulation contain layers of ash from the eruption of 91. Continue reading “Global warming wakes volcanoes”