Evidence of large volcanic activity in the Caribbean uncovered

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Scientists have uncovered evidence of a previously unknown large volcanic eruption in the Caribbean Sea. By studying ash layers, known as tephras, in marine sediments they identified an eruption that took place on Guadeloupe 2.4 million years ago. The research indicates this eruption is the largest documented volcanic event in the region since that time....
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