VOLCANO: Milos, Paliorema and Santorini

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Milos, Paliorema and Santorini
From: Richard Roscoe <ebcommrr@xxxxxxxx>

Dear ListServ viewers,
a couple of new webpages have been added to my website that may be of interest.

Milos Volcanic Field:
Page showing various geological features of Milos island, Greece, resulting from volcanic activity in prehistoric times, including information about mining of minerals associated with volcanism.


in addition, a special subpage dedicated to the historical Paliorema Sulfur Mine and Processing Plant has been created which includes information about historical methods of extracting Sulfur from tufaceous ore.


Santorini Volcano:
Geological information on Santorini volcano, Greece, which has showed signs of seismic unrest in the last year.




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