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This Web site describes the ERUPT project, which was developed to address Europe's four most active volcanic systems: Vesuvius, Campi Flegrei, Stromboli, and Teide. Scientists can learn how the researchers from seven institutions in Italy, Germany, Ireland, Spain, and the United Kingdom are attempting to predict the frequencies, sizes, power, and effects of eruptions, not by the traditional approach of using geophysical and volcanology, but by magma evolution and the function of subvolcanic conditions. After learning ERUPT's contributions to European society and the impacts of the project, students and educators can download the appealing PowerPoint presentation, which provides a visual representation of ERUPT.
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