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Sulphur dioxide air levels
crater lake temp
Crater lake temperature (up until the Dec 2019 eruption)
Land movement upward at the crater floor last 300 days
Land movement eastward at the crater floor last 300 days
Land movement northward at the crater floor last 300 days
Information: Whakaari/White Island is currently New Zealand’s most active cone volcano, sitting 48 kilometres offshore from Whakatane on the northeastern extremity of Taupo Volcanic Zone. The cone has been built up by continuous volcanic activity over the past 150,000 years.
Eruption History here:
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