new island volcano

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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
The island, a mound of lava and ash about 2,000 feet (600 meters) across, piled up during the eruption of an underwater volcano