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Stanford University: “Natural concrete” beneath Italian volcano explains mysterious uplift


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The discovery beneath Campi Flegrei, a dormant supervolcano in southern Italy, of a concrete-like rock that is similar to Roman concrete explains why the ground beneath the town of Pozzuoli rose by several meters in the 1980s, forcing the evacuation of 40,000 people.

 

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