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The 1257 Samalas eruption was a major volcanic eruption of the ...

wikipedia - 14 Nov 2016
The 1257 Samalas eruption was a major volcanic eruption of the Samalas volcano, next to Mount Rinjani on the island of Lombok, Indonesia. It left a large caldera next to Rinjani volcano, the lake Segara Anak. This volcanic eruption reached a volcanic explosivity index of 7, making it one of the largest eruptions of the Holocene. The occurrence of this eruption was originally deduced from ice core information revealing a spike in sulfate deposition around the year 1257; in 2013 the source of this erup
1257 samalas eruption

Gempa Lombok dan Erupsi Gunung Samalas di Abad ke-13

tirto.id (Siaran Pers) (Blog) - 07 Aug 2018
Namun, fakta itu terkoreksi pada 2013 lalu kala Franck Lavigne dari Universite Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne bersama 14 peneliti gunung api lain menerbitkan makalah berjudul “Source of the great A.D. 1257 mystery eruption unveiled, Samalas volcano, Rinjani ...
1257 samalas eruption

Killer Volcanoes

NOVA Next - 06 Oct 2017
Follow a team of volcano sleuths as they embark on a worldwide hunt for an elusive volcanic mega-eruption that plunged medieval Earth into a deep freeze. The mystery begins when archaeologists find a hastily dug mass grave of 4,000 men, women, and ...
1257 samalas eruption

Are we ready for another massive volcanic eruption?

Phys.Org - 24 Jan 2017
The 1257 eruption of the Samalas volcano in Indonesia produced a dust cloud that blocked out the sun around the world, and has been blamed for triggering severe food shortages and turmoil worldwide. But analysis of nearly 200 medieval manuscripts, ...
1257 samalas eruption

Are We Prepared for the Next Mega Eruption?

Eos - 30 Mar 2018
A previous VEI 7 eruption in the region, of the Indonesian volcano Samalas at Mount Rinjani in 1257 CE was implicated in the onset of a centuries-long cold period between the 14th and the 19th century called the Little Ice Age. Fortunately, the ...
1257 samalas eruption

Ancient Rome's Collapse Is Written Into Arctic Ice

The Atlantic - 15 May 2018
Ice cores from Greenland and Antarctica, as well as tree rings from around the world, all show a distinct chemical signature left behind by the eruption of the massive Indonesian volcano Samalas in 1257. Using that eruption and others, as well as a ...
1257 samalas eruption

Is the Ring of Fire becoming more active?

Nikkei Asian Review - 06 Apr 2018
Although Tambora was the largest eruption in thousands of years, scientists have been able to determine from evidence such as residues in the polar ice caps that Mount Samalas also wrought recent global havoc in 1257, sending record volumes of sulfur ...
1257 samalas eruption

11 of Indonesia's most dangerous volcanoes throughout history

Coconuts - 20 Sep 2017
Villagers look on as Mount Sinabung volcano spews thick volcanic ash, as seen from Beganding village in Karo, North Sumatra province, on May 19, 2017. Sinabung roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years. After another period of ...
1257 samalas eruption

L'éruption du Samalas en 1257 : un cataclysme atmosphérique

INSU-CNRS (Communiqué de presse) - 18 Oct 2016
Une équipe internationale de scientifiques vient de montrer que l'éruption du Samalas en 1257 aurait donné lieu à l'injection stratosphérique de gaz volcaniques la plus importante depuis 2300 ans, à l'origine d'un impact catastrophique sur le climat au ...
1257 samalas eruption

Volcanoes cause other eruptions in faraway, unexpected places

Evening Standard - 08 Jun 2018
In 1257 a massive eruption played a transformative role in English politics. Recent research has finally identified Samalas volcano in South-East Asia (on what is now Lombok) as the culprit. The explosion had the familiar consequences of altering ...
1257 samalas eruption

Volcanoes Cooled Earth Less Than Thought

LiveScience.com - 08 Jul 2014
The team identified 116 volcanic eruptions in the ice cores from the nearly 20 sites covering the past 2,000 years, including historic events such as Tambora in 1815, Kuwae in 1458 and Samalas (or Mount Rinjani) in 1257. Not all of these 116 eruptions ...
1257 samalas eruption

Past blast: The lost volcano that set off an ice age

New Scientist - 18 Oct 2013
A caldera, the text indicated, was all that was left of Mount Samalas. It dispelled any lingering doubt: Lavigne and his colleagues had discovered the location of the mystery eruption of 1257, possibly the biggest volcanic event since the Stone Age.

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