Indonesian volcano erupts four times

7 Sep 11 – Mount Lokon, on the northern tip of the island of Sulawesi, had four small eruptions on Tuesday, spewing out materials between 150 and 200 meters (492 to 656 feet), says this article in IrishWeatherOnline.

Mount Lokon has shown constant volcanic activity since June, when a series of eruptions forced evacuation of at least 5,269 locals from local villages.

On August 28, Mount Lokon erupted as many as 12 times.

See entire article:
http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/earth-science/geology/volcano/indonesian-volcano-erupts-four-times/36551.html
Thanks to Wanda for this link


2 thoughts on “Indonesian volcano erupts four times”

  1. Has ALGORE been notified? Stand by for more of him finding a way to blame THIS on manmade global warming– and the requisite “carbon taxes” he needs to combat it and others– SUV’s, cattle flatulence, the stagnant cesspool between his ears, etc.

  2. That’s a good reminder. As volcanic eruptions continue to increase in number and size, ash will accumulate in the atmosphere, resulting in climatic cooling. Combine that with warmer seas due to underwater volcanoes – and snowfall will increase.

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