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Stromboli

Very active volcano on Aeolian Islands.
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Madeleine Student

on 30 January 2013

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Stromboli Bibliography http://www.google.com/search?q=stromboli+volcano&hl=en&tbo=u&tbm=isch&source=univ&sa=X&ei=iRwIUa_oOKz8iQL93IDACw&ved=0CDwQsAQ&biw=768&bih=928#biv=i|16;d|FyHr0QnbKvze1M: Stromboli erupted in 2011 and is still currently erupting. The island is approximately three miles in diameter And like Mt. Etna, Stromboli is a part of the Calabrian volcanic arc. Stromboli, a small island north of Sicily, is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and famous for its continuous eruptions. It is a stratovolcano and has small eruption. In the past it has had larger eruption strong enough to cause some fatalities, and destroy some buildings. http://strombolivolcano-info.weebly.com/interesting-facts.html http://geology.com/volcanoes/stromboli/ The island of Stromboli was built by multiple of eruptions of potassium-rich basalt and basaltic andesite lavas. The base of Stromboli is in the Tyrrhenian Sea .
The closest volcanoes to Stromboli are Mt.Etna and Mt.Vesuvius. There is a term called "Strombolian Activity"that refers to the magma chamber constantly being refilled by earths core. This also refers to other volcanoes whos magma chamber does this. The rock is over 2000 years old! It's elevation is 926 m (3,038 ft)
Latitude: 38.789°N 38°47'22"N
Longitude: 15.213°E 15°12'47"E Stromboli has block lava. By: Rose Zeller
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