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When did tambora last erupt?


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Answered 2012-01-13 19:33:08

Volcano Tambora last erupted in 1815, killing 92,000 people.

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Yes, mount Tambora is expected to erupt in the future because it is still active, and erupted last in 1968, {which in science isn't that long ago}.


the year 2011 :^{ D Fun fact: in 1815 mt Tambora left 71,000 dead!


That Mount Tambora will erupt again is probably inevitable. When it will erupt next is not known. Currently there are no signs of it erupting any time soon.


It is impossible to predict when a volcano will next erupt.


Mount Tambora erupted in 1815-16 April15-16


i believe its was 1815 and sometime in the past i think.......i forget. if u really want to know look up did tambora erupt in the past on google


it was the sea it made cracks in the volcano and made preasure causing it to erupt !!!


It erupted in 1815 with roughly 90,000 victims


Given that it tends to erupt in a very explosive manner, mount Tambora has a high silica content.


No, because Mount Tambora did erupt in 2011. It was however the largest eruption in recorded history.


just now, it came out of my arse sorry not sorry xo



It is still active and its last eruption was more than 195 years ago, so I'd say very soon. Not in a few years but I am almost 100% that it WILL erupt over the next century.


The magma build up was so great it caused it to explode.


In all likelihood, yes. Volcanoes such as Mount Tambora often go through cycles of cataclysmic eruptions and long periods of dormancy.


when did MT stromboli last erupt, and what were the effects of it.


Hawaii valcanoes never will last erupt. it will erupt when it needs to or it will never erupt


It is impossible to make long-term predictions of when a volcano will next erupt.


About 80,000 feet high from research and websites i have looked at its around 80,000 feet or so.


hello mount aso last erupt in 2005 hope helped


No. We have only developed the ability to predict volcanic eruptions in the later half of the twentieth century.


Buckhorn Caldera was not the last volcano to erupt. In fact, every day somewhere on the Earth, a volcano will erupt.


The last erupt of mount Damavand was more than 38500 years ago.


IN 1815 was the biggest eruptions.Mountain Tambora killed 12,000 people outright and another 80,000 by starvation and disease


valcanos erupt underwater and above water so I guess that they erupt in like every minute!



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