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Our Paradise Lost: A Volcano That Changed Montserrat Forever

Today marked the 20-year anniversary of the eruption of the Soufriere Hills volcano of 18 July 1995. Amandla Thomas-Johnson writes about the migration that occurred because of the disaster (only 5,000 people now live on Montserrat). 665 more words


Soufriere Hills Volcano

January 6,2015

Today there were a number of short bursts of rain followed by bright sunshine and huge banks of clouds scudding across the sun. 297 more words


July 18: The Day the Earth Erupted (Part 2)

July 18 is a day marked by enormous devastation caused by both God and man.  Part two are the acts of God.


On the Caribbean island of Montserrat, the Soufrière Hills volcano erupts. 81 more words


Montserrat and Soufriere Hills Volcano

There is only one anchorage off the island of Montserrat, which can accommodate about 15 boats and there’s not much there—a few government buildings and one small beach bar that is very new (still being built). 588 more words

April 2014

The pull of the tiny island, Montserrat

Being less than ten miles long, and also only half-inhabited, the Baton won’t have far to travel when in Montserrat (25.03.201).

Despite the size of Montserrat, its pull on current academic links with the University appears to be strong, and it is the active Soufrière Hills Volcano that has been a common thread among Glasgow academics. 226 more words

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A Network to Track Caribbean Natural Hazards

Alexandra Witze (Nature) writes on new installations by the US geophysicists for the Continuously Operating Caribbean GPS Observational Network (COCONet) in areas “where few of their compatriots have gone before”: to Cuba, Venezuela, Nicaragua, and others—areas notoriously plagued by natural disasters such as earthquakes, volcanos, storms, and hurricanes. 737 more words


Best Volcano Destinations in World

Apparently, as an article recently posted in Easy Destinations claims, visiting a volcano or the destinations surrounding a volcano has become very popular among tourists. In their list of “best volcano destinations in world for people in love with nature’s destructive force called Volcano” you can find Montserrat’s Soufrière Hills. 142 more words