Monthly Archives: September 2011

Eruption of Nabro volcano in Africa continues

September 30, 2011 – ERITREA – Satellite imagery suggests that the eruption of Nabro Volcano in northeast Africa, which began in June 2011, is continuing. The volcano is located on the edge of the Danakil Desert, a remote and sparsely … Continue reading

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Half of Canada’s ice shelves have disappeared in the last 6 years

September 29, 2011 – CANADA – Half of Canada’s ancient ice shelves have disappeared in the last six years, researchers have said, with new data showing significant portions melted in the last year alone.  This ice lost during the Canadian … Continue reading

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Italy’s Mt. Etna rumbles with 15th eruption

September 29, 2011 – SICILY – On the evening of 28 September 2011, the New Southeast Crater of Etna has produced its 15th paroxysmal eruptive episode since the beginning of this year. The culminating phase of this episode lasted less … Continue reading

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Dengue fever infects over 12,000 in Pakistan

September 29, 2011 – PAKISTAN – In less than a month, 126 people have died and more than 12,000 have been diagnosed with the virus, which has spread rapidly among both rich and poor in Pakistan’s cultural capital Lahore. Dengue … Continue reading

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Tropical Storm Ophelia causes flooding on Dominica

September 29, 2011 – CARIBBEAN – Tropical Storm Ophelia caused flooding and cut off several communities on this eastern Caribbean island Wednesday, but the storm stayed in the open Atlantic and moved away from the Leeward Islands. About 1,600 people … Continue reading

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Tainted cantaloupes linked to 13 deaths, public health officials say

September 28, 2011 – COLORADO – Thirteen people have now died from consuming bacteria-tainted cantaloupe in what has become the deadliest outbreak of a food-borne illness since 1998, according to records from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The … Continue reading

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Another deadly window: El Hierro may be the last piece in the puzzle that shows Earth is in trouble again

33 year window of geological catastrophism (1783-1816): We’re back to another period of catastrophism similarly to what occurred on the planet 228 years ago. This period began with the most deadly eruption in modern history- the Laki volcanic fissure eruptions in Iceland. The … Continue reading

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