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Volcanic ashes study in cores from the Bransfield Strait and their correlation with volcanic eruptions from Deception Island

AuthorsHopfenblatt, J.; Aulinas, M.; Geyer, Adelina ; Ercilla, Gemma
Issue Date22-Nov-2017
Citation2nd AntVolc Workshop ABSTRACT BOOK: 9 (2017)
AbstractThe Antarctic Peninsula is a south north oriented plateau, it narrows towards the north and extends from West Antarctica facing South America, its geography is very irregular and most of the coast is cut by fjords. Deception is a horse-shaped Island located at the southwestern end of Bransfield Strait, about 25 km south of the Livingston Island and 100 km north of the Antarctic Peninsula is the most active of several volcanoes situated in Bransfield Strait.
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