By: John Guest, Paul Cole, Angus Duncan and David Chester
The products and resulting landforms of southern Italian volcanoes illustrate most of the known volcanic phenomena, all within a small geographic area. Because the area was at the centre of western civilization in classical times, there is a longer, more continuous record of observed volcanism than in virtually any other part of the world. Thus studies of these volcanoes have been central to the development of earth sciences.
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