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  Tamu Massif, located east of Japan, was thought to be the largest volcano on the planet. Credit: University of Houston   Back in 2013, Tamu Massif — a giant underwater volcano off the coast of Japan — stole Hawaii's crown as the largest single volcano in the world. But it's not a true single volcano at all. Researchers published a paper in 2013 in the journal Nature Geoscience concluding that Tamu Massif was a giant "...
  Inserida no programa Ciência Viva no Verão 2019, sexta-feira dia 26 de julho, o Observatório Vulcanológico e Geotérmico dos Açores (OVGA) irá realizar uma ação geoturística, gratuita, de volcanowatching na fajã lávica da Ferraria, uma das mais emblemáticas geopaisagens dos Açores, nomeadamente do Complexo Vulcânico das Sete Cidades. Esta ação procura...
  We would like to invite your contributions to the following session at theFall 2019 AGU Meeting: *OS001. Advancements in Understanding Seafloor Volcanism and Life: Axial Seamount  - A Wired Submarine Volcano Observatory* This session will bring together an interdisciplinary community of Earthand Space scientists focused on Axial Seamount, which hosts the most advanced submarine volcanic observatory on Earth – the NSF-funded OOI Cabled Array....