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The Second Mega Eruption released by Campi Flegrei was devastating in a whole new way. In this video we’re going to cover the second Phlegraean Period, and the gigantic eruption that formed its basis which is still visible upon the landscape in Italy to this day.
Campi Flegrei is one of the most complex volcanic structures that exists in our Earth. It dwells beneath Italy’s town of Naples in Italy and has, in past eruptions, created major catastrophic damage to the local lands and living organisms, as well as effects that were as far reaching as effecting the entire globe. Campi Flegrei is among the other active super volcanoes that exist in our world. The separation from them, however, is the fact it is becoming increasingly active and seems to be the closest super volcano on our planet to erupting. In the past three decades scientists have been increasingly concerned with the activity from it. Campi Flegrei is also named the Phlegraeaen fields in English. And for a good reason. Unlike other supervolcanoes such as Lake Toba, Yellowstone, or Lake Taupo, it is a literal field of numerous calderas, a with a complex magma chamber. Mount Vesuvius, is actually connected to the magma chamber that this Supervolcano is slowly building more and more magma within.
If it erupted in present day, the effects would be devastating. It has demonstrated itself as having eruptions at least five times larger than that of Mount Tambora. Which to this day is the most fatal volcanic eruptions humans have ever witnessed in modern history since the last Ice Age.
This is a four part series exploring the amazing, and very frightening facts regarding the Italian Supervolcano. I was unable to make only one video of this, as one would not do it justice and I would be skipping numerous vital facts that I felt are very much worth explaining in depth. I hope you enjoy this video. Part Three will be released shortly.
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