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Vulcani 2012: le immagini più belle dell'anno
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qui 2012: The Year in Volcanic Activity - In Focus - The Atlantic


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On Russia's Kamchatka Penensula, Plosky Tolbachnik erupts on November 29, 2012. The volcano located on the peninsula's eastern coast, is erupting for the first time in 36 years. (AP Photo/Yuri Demyanchuk)
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Lava flows from a crater of the giant Etna Volcano on the southern Italian island of Sicily, on January 6, 2012. A column of hot ash spewed high into the sky on January 5, as Europe's highest active volcano rumbled back to life. (Marcello Paternostro/AFP/Getty Images)
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Waves crash over lava as it flows into the ocean near Volcanoes National Park in Kalapana, Hawaii, on November 27, 2012. (Reuters/Hugh Gentry)
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A massive plume of ash billows up into the sky as Mount Tongariro erupts at Tongariro National Park, 300 km (186 miles) north of Wellington, New Zealand, on November 21, 2012. The volcano previously erupted in August this year, the first time in more than a century. (Reuters/Stefan Keller)
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Big clouds of ash and steam are spewed from the Popocatepetl Volcano as seen from the Santiago Xalitxintla, in the Mexican central state of Puebla, on April 25, 2012. Residents at the foot of Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano no longer sleep soundly since the towering mountain roared back into action, spewing out a hail of rocks, steam and ash. The volcano, Mexico's second highest peak at 5,452 meters, started rumbling and spurting high clouds of ash and steam on April 13, provoking the authorities to raise the alert to level five on a seven-point scale. (Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images)
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Anche se non in fase di eruzione questa foto secondo me è molto bella, si tratta del vulcano più alto del mondo, OJOS DE SALVADO, che con i suoi 6.891 metri è la seconda vetta più alta delle Ande. Questo vulcano si trova al confine tra Argentina e Cile.
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Si tratta del vulcano "ARENAL" (Costa Rica) il "cappello" non è altro che condensa che si forma nelle alte quote in corrispondenza di rilievi e catene montuose, perpendicolarmente alla direzione del vento.
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