It is by ancient Greece
Yes, Santorini is a shield volcano.
The Santorini volcano is dormant from 1950.
Santorini volcano has also and mafic rocks.
Yes, Santorini volcano (in the island Nea Kameni) is a shield volcano.
The volcano named now Santorini on the island Nea Kameni.
Now this volcano is named Santorini.
The name of the volcano is Santorini volcano; it is situated in Nea Kameni island, not in Oia.
Yes. Santorini was formed by a volcano.
The last eruption of Santorini volcano was in 1950.
No. Santorini is ain the Mediterranean Sea. It belongs to Greece.
Santorini is where the Volcano Vesuvius is located.
Santorini lies on a CONVERGENT boundary and therefore has felsic lava
No. Santorini is associated with a subduction zone, a type of convergent plate boundary.
Santorini is on the Eurasian Plate near where the African Plate subducts beneath it.
santorini volcano edinsburghs volcano
Thera is know as modern day Santorini. Santorini is located in south east Greece.
the volcano is an active one.
Santorini volcano was formed by the conversion of the African plate and the Aegean Sea Plate. As subduction occurred, some magma burned to the surface and create volcanic islands called island arcs. Santorini is one of those volcanic islands.
Now, this volcano is called Santorini; note that the story about Atlantis is only a legend.
The new island Nea Kameni is a shield volcano. The original volcano that collapsed into the sea was probably a stratovolcano.
Fira, in the island Thira.
The last eruption was in 1950.
Santorini exploded as a result of a formidable volcano eruption, in 1 628 BC, after the most sure dendrochronological data.
Many volcanoes have formed calderas including the Yellowstone volcano, the Taupo Volcano, Santorini, Mount Tambora, and Krakatoa.
Not known exactly. See the link below.
Probably in 1 628 BC (dendrochronological data).
Very probably nothing special
Yes. The explosion of the Santorini Volcano destroyed about half of the island and created a massive earthquake and tsunami in the eastern Mediterranean around 3000 years ago.
In the modern times any city was affected.
A catastrophic eruption with the explosivity index 6 to 7.
36Â°24â€² North and 25Â°24â€² East
Santorini last erupted in 1950. It is located in the Southern Aegean Sea, Nea Kameni island (in Greece); the maximal altitude on the island - 127 m).
Thira is on the island of Santorini in the Aegean Sea between Greece, Turkey, and Crete.
Some kilometers from the islands Thira and Thirasia.
The largest active underwater is Kolumbo, near Santorini Island
Now, the maximal altitude in the Nea Kameni Island is 127 m.
The greatest eruption was probably in 1 628 BC (dendrochronological data).
mount etna is the most active volcano in europe
36°25′12″ North and 25°25′54″ East
Latitude: 36Â°24â€² North Longitude: 25Â°24â€² East
36Â°25â€²12â€³ North and 25Â°25â€²54â€³ East
The volcano is an active one; now (I visited the island in September 2010) only some fumaroles with sulphur, carbon dioxide, water vapour.
Some fumaroles with sulfur deposition around - in September 2010. The last erruption was in 1950.
The last eruption (not important) was in 1950, but an eruption was also in 1925-1926.
Current belief is that the Minoan civilization was destroyed as a result of an explosive eruption of Mt Thera (or Santorini) which resulted in a pyroclastic flow which blanketed the island of Santorini and caused a tsunami which overwhelmed Crete.