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Concern that Mt. Baekdu in Korea could erupt
29 Mar 11 - South Korean scientists warn that Mt. Baekdu, a
2,744-meter (9,002 ft) volcano on the border between North Korea and
China, could erupt in four to five years. They point to “strange
signs,” including minor trembling near Mt. Baekdu in June 2002, and
an increased frequency of such trembling.
An intrusion of magma is gradually increasing the height of the mountain as
well as raising the temperature on the surface, which they say is a
precondition for an eruption.
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