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August 1996
Earth (1056148X);Aug96, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p13
Reports on research which found that volcanic eruptions may have struck the Caribbean region from the discovery of cores of rock drilled from the bottom of the Caribbean Sea that contain volcanic ash layers up to 14 inches thick.


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