new island

The island is unnamed and is expected to erode into the ocean within a few months, but Orbassano thinks there's potential
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A new island emerged from the ocean offshore of the city of Gwadar, Pakistan, after a strong magnitude-7.7 earthquake shook the country Sept. 24.
Mud volcanoes burble up during earthquakes because the shaking releases mud and water that are trapped beneath barriers in
Photos and captions courtesy of University of Southampton and NOC. Connelly's co-leader, marine biologist Dr. Jon Copley
The island, a mound of lava and ash about 2,000 feet (600 meters) across, piled up during the eruption of an underwater volcano