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William Sargent

Eruption

As the Indonesian volcano explodes, scientists fear something far more catastrophic may be brewing

A plume of gas and ash billows some six miles high from the Mount Merapi volcano Nov. 4. A plume of gas and ash billows some six miles high from the Mount Merapi volcano Nov. 4. (Clara Prima/ AFP/ Getty Images)
By William Sargent
November 10, 2010

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As the Merapi volcano explodes, scientists fear something far more catastrophic may be brewing. (Full article: 784 words)

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