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Bulkan Etna

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Mount Etna
Etna with the city of Catania in the foreground (December 2007)
Pinakahalangkaw na Piye
Elebasyon3,357 m (11,014 ft)(varies)[1][2]
3,357 metre Edit this on Wikidata
Prominensiya3,357 m (11,014 ft)
Ranked 56th
Isolasyon998.79 km Edit this on Wikidata
to 998.79 Kilometro Edit this on Wikidata
NililistaUltra
Tagboan37°45.3′N 14°59.7′E / 37.7550°N 14.9950°E / 37.7550; 14.9950Tagboan: 37°45.3′N 14°59.7′E / 37.7550°N 14.9950°E / 37.7550; 14.9950[1]
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Pagpapangaran
Heograpiya
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Heolohiya
Edad kan gapó350,000 – 500,000 years
Tipo kan BukidStratovolcano
Huring pagtuga14 August 2023
Pagtukad
UNESCO World Heritage Site
KrayteriyaNatural: viii
Toltolan1427
Inskripsyon2013 (37th Sesyon)
Lugar19,237 ha
Buffer zone26,220 ha

An Bulkan Etna, o simpleng Etna (Italian: Etna [ˈɛtna] or Mongibello [mondʒiˈbɛllo]; Plantilya:Lang-scn Plantilya:IPA-scn o a Muntagna; Latin: Aetna; Ancient Greek: Αἴτνα asin Αἴτνη[3]), iyo an aktibong estratobulkan sa subangan na baybayon kan Sicily, Italy, sa Metropolitan City of Catania, sa pag-ultanan kan mga syudad nin Messina asin Catania. Namomogtak iyan sa itaas kan convergent plate margin sa pag-ultanan kan African Plate asin kan Eurasian Plate. Saro iyan sa pinakahalangkaw na aktibong bulkan sa Europa,[4] asin iyo an pinakahalangkaw na tuktok sa Italya habagatan kan Alps na may presenteng langkaw (Hulyo 2021) na 3,357 m (11,014 ft),[2] minsan ngani nagkakalaen depende sa summit eruptions. Labi sa anom na bulan na peryodo kaidtong 2021, Nagtuga an Etna nin labilabing bulkanikong materyal na an saiyang langkaw nagdugang nin haros 100 ft (30 m), asin an habagatan-subangan na crater sa ngunyan iyo an pinakahalangkaw na parte kan bulkan.[5]

Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 The elevation varies with volcanic activity. The volcano last erupted the 21 May 2023. It is frequently given as 3,350 m (10,990 ft), but many sources that support this concede that this is approximate. The coordinates given, which are consistent with SRTM data, are from a 2005 GPS survey. The elevation data are based on a LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) survey carried out in June 2007, see Neri, M.; et al. (2008), "The changing face of Mount Etna's summit area documented with Lidar technology", Geophysical Research Letters, 35 (9): L09305, Bibcode:2008GeoRL..35.9305N, doi:10.1029/2008GL033740Freely accessible 
  2. 2.0 2.1 Pezzella, Francesca. "L'Etna si supera. Nuovo record di altezza a 3357 metri". www.ingv.it (in Italian). Archived from the original on 10 August 2021. Retrieved 2021-08-10.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  3. Suda, alphaiota, 375
  4. "Etna & Aeolian Islands 2012 – Cambridge Volcanology". www.volcano.group.cam.ac.uk. October 2012. 
  5. Laura Geggel (16 Aug 2021). "Mount Etna is 100 feet taller than it was 6 months ago". Space.com.