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She gathered up her baby once more; but when her eye fell upon its miserably short little gray tow-linen shirt and noted the contrast between its pauper shabbiness and her own volcanic eruption of infernal splendors, her mother-heart was touched, and she was ashamed.
All in the same fraction of an instant, earthquake, tidal wave, volcanic eruption, the thunder of the heavens and the fire-flashing of an electric bolt from the sky smote him and smote consciousness out of him.
The unusual spectacle of her busy mother rocking comfortably and reading early in the morning made Jo feel as if some unnatural phenomenon had occurred, for an eclipse, an earthquake, or a volcanic eruption would hardly have seemed stranger.
said Good; "the road no doubt ran right over the range and across the desert on the other side, but the sand there has covered it up, and above us it has been obliterated by some volcanic eruption of molten lava.
But a volcanic eruption is sterile, the ruin of the fertile ground.
According to Cayetano, Southeast Asia is one of the most geologically active regions, of the world, if not the most, and had been home to the most destructive and powerful volcanic eruptions in history.
The recent volcanic eruptions and earthquakes occurred along a belt that runs around the Pacific Ocean and is known as the "Ring of Fire.
According to a new study led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), major volcanic eruptions in the future have the potential to affect global temperatures and precipitation more than past eruptions.
Volcanic eruptions over the last 1,000 years have exerted a heavy influence on global climate, according to a study led by researchers at the University at Albany (N.
New UBC research shows that climate change may impede the cooling effect of volcanic eruptions.
Indonesia sits on the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire, which is noted for seismic activity and volcanic eruptions.
A growing body of research has demonstrated that large volcanic eruptions lead to cooling across the world for several years due to the reflection of solar radiation by sulphate aerosols created from volcanic particles blasted into the atmosphere.