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Scientists Find 91 Volcanoes Underneath Antarctica’s Melting Ice

Geologists analyzing ice-penetrating radar data on Antarctica have found an additional, previously unknown 91 volcanoes, many of them in active rift zones across the continent. The post Scientists Find 91 Volcanoes Underneath Antarctica’s Melting Ice appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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