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Synonyms for Pinatubo

a volcano on Luzon to the northwest of Manila

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He said Layug produced a concept that will capture the struggle of the Capampangans, the people behind the resurgence, and the present state where people triumphed over the adversity brought by the eruption of Pinatubo.
Pinatubo which only had two (June 1991 and July 1992).
In other words, do creased eyebrows on someone you've just met (or, for example, increased seismicity at Agung volcano) mean that person is about to blow its top (like Mount Pinatubo did in 1991) or is just thinking really hard?
The analysis showed that 20 million tons of sulfur dioxide discharged from Pinatubo unlocked a series of climatic interactions that contributed to El Nino's emergence in the Pacific Ocean.
Pinatubo would suppress the temperature rise for a couple of years.
Thousands of locals and servicemen from a nearby American airbase, fled for their lives in a hail of red-hot rocks and debris from Mount Pinatubo.
After the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, for instance, global temperatures dropped by half a degree Celsius due to airborne particulate matter blocking solar radiation.
Although such eruptions aren't as dramatic as the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines, which cooled the whole planet for several years, the aerosols from several small volcanoes are enough to add up to a cooling influence (SN: 8/13/11, p.
The team say that such a large influx of sulphur dioxide into early Earth's atmosphere had the same cooling effect on the climate as if there was an eruption of the size of the 1991 Mount Pinatubo eruption every year for 100 million years.
2 degrees Fahrenheit for about one year, and the 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines had a similar effect.
Mount Pinatubo had erupted, causing huge damage as it spewed out vast quantities of ash.
But he said the explosion would not be as big as that of Mount Pinatubo in the northern Philippines in 1991, considered one of the biggest eruptions of the last century, which killed about 800 people.
Anderegg, USAF, retired, builds a compelling chronological detail of Clark Air Base's last days during the eruption of Mount Pinatubo.
A spokesman for the French foreign ministry in Paris said: "A group of French nationals on an excursion in Mount Pinatubo province were taken by surprise by rising water levels while crossing a river by car.
Mount Philippines 1991 In June 1991, strong Pinatubo earthquakes suggested that Mount Pinatubo was about to erupt.