Never seen before: Mediterranean submarine volcano threatens to explode |  It’s going to be catastrophic    horizon energy

Never seen before: Mediterranean submarine volcano threatens to explode | It’s going to be catastrophic horizon energy

There are numerous volcanoes in the Mediterranean Sea and it seems that one of them is ready to become active again

Never-before-seen submarine volcano in Mediterranean likely to explode catastrophicallyMare-Pixabay-OrizzontEnergia.it

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Santorini is a small island in the southernmost part of the Cyclades archipelago, in the Aegean Sea. Ancient his name was Sant’Erini, given by the Venetians in honor of Saint Irene of Thessaloniki, martyr to whom it was dedicated Basilica of Perissa.

L’Island It is not only famous for its special beauty and for the blue oceanbut is best known among scientists for the Present of volcanoes, some of which are still active. It is indeed one volcanic earth. It originally had one round shapehired sea ​​lagoon Interior from which the crater of a volcano.

His geographic conformation current is that of a semicircle due to the various volcanic eruptions suffered from the island. According to recent dated studies 2006 and through accurate analysis C14 and dendrochronologically it was possible to establish what, between 1627 and 1600 BC., Santorini was partially devastated by theeruption of the volcano.

Following the earthquakethe central crater collapsed , fu covered from the sea, abandoned just surfaced some parts external. Today the volcano it is about 18 meters below sea level. His crater has a diameter of 3 kilometers and a depth of 512 meters.

Second current studies the underwater volcano of Santorini, known by the name columbo, has a growing magma chamber. This means that theIsland someone else could suffer earthquake pretty important in the Come 150 years old.