We use the afternoon to explore the northeastern tip of Lipari island, where ca 1300 years ago the last volcanic activity erupted a large rhyolitic pumice cone eventually covered by a ca 20 m thick obsidian flow. (Photo: Ingrid Smet)
We use the afternoon to explore the northeastern tip of Lipari island, where ca 1300 years ago the last volcanic activity erupted a large rhyolitic pumice cone eventually covered by a ca 20 m thick obsidian flow. (Photo: Ingrid Smet)
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