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Chris Meikle and David Shilston


  • Mud walls have been built to arrest the flow of the mud volcano

    Mud WrestlingSubscription

    15 October 2009

    A volcano in Java has been expelling more than 100,000m³ of toxic material a day for three years. Remote monitoring is now being used to investigate the rate of flow and the impact it will have on the surrounding community. Report by Chris Meikle and David Shilston.

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