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World Volcanic eruption creates one new Pacific island, sinks another

05:30  08 november  2019
05:30  08 november  2019 Source:   foxnews.com

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A volcanic undersea eruption has created an island in the Pacific Ocean near Tonga while sinking another small island nearby. The new island appeared 394 feet west of its smaller, now submerged predecessor. The earlier Lateiki island first appeared in 1995.

An undersea volcanic eruption in the Tongan archipelago has sunk one island and created another one that is three times larger, according to a report The new island lies between Kao and Late in the Pacific island nation’s northern Ha’apai group of islands . Tonga sits on the notorious Ring of Fire, an

A volcanic undersea eruption has created an island in the Pacific Ocean near Tonga while sinking another small island nearby.

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The former island of Lateiki is now submerged, according to the news website Matangi Tonga. The website reports, citing geologist Taaniela Kula, that the new Lateiki island is about 328 feet wide and 1,312 feet long. The new island appeared 394 feet west of its smaller, now submerged predecessor.

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A VOLCANIC eruption under the sea has created a new island and sunk another . The natural phenomenon occurred in Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean. No one knows for sure how long this new island will last or whether it will soon be lost to the sea. Eruptions from the same volcano have

The volcanic erupton took place in the Pacific 's 'Ring of Fire' The new island is located between Kao and Late, in the Ha'apai Islands , an administrative division in the northern part of the Kingdom of Tonga.

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On Monday, GeoNet, a collaborative initiative between the New Zealand government’s Earthquake Commission and GNS Science, tweeted out satellite images of the area.

“Since mid-Oct we’ve been tracking the #Lateiki (#Metis Shoal) #eruption with satellite imagery. By Nov 1 an elongated island has appeared at the main focus of activity,” it said.

The “1995 dome,” or the former Lateiki island, “appears to have gone,” it explained.

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An overlay composite image of satellite pictures taken over a number of years shows the relative positions of the new and former Lateiki island.

Last year an entire Hawaiian island vanished beneath the waves in the wake of Hurricane Walaka.

Fox News’ Christopher Carbone contributed to this article.

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