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Antarctic volcanoes: A remote but significant hazard

AuthorsGeyer, Adelina ; Marti, Alejandro; Folch, A.; Giralt, Santiago
Issue Date23-Apr-2017
PublisherEuropean Geosciences Union
AbstractAsh emitted during explosive volcanic eruptions may disperse over vast areas of the globe posing a threat to human health and infrastructures and causing enormous disruption to air traffic.In Antarctica, no attention has been paid to the potential socio-economic and environmental consequences of an ash-forming eruption occurring at high southern latitudes. We show here how ash from Antarctic volcanoes may pose a threat higher than previously believed, volcanic ash could potentially encircle the globe, leading to significant consequences to global aviation safety.
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