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Title: Natural Hazards- CO2 Potential Peril
Issue Date: Aug-2010
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: CALL it a potential peril or a hidden hazard but the fact remains that Limnic eruption is a rare natural hazard, which is no less deadly because of its rarity. Although Limnic eruptions some times walk hand in hand with tsunami, there are no fiery explosions involved, no lahars, no lava flows, no avalanches, no cyclones or typhoons…yet the danger to life is no less real. Limnic eruptions are killers in their own right, albeit silent ones and it isa killer despite the fact that only two cases have been documented in recent times.
Page(s): 56-57
Source:SR Vol.47(08) [August 2010]

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