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Ash from large ancient volcano eruption at the edge of Siberia ended up halfway round the world

Volcanic ash recovered at the bottom of an Arctic lake has been linked to a 7000-year-old eruption that happened more than 5000km away on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula (close to Siberia). The discovery suggests that volcanic ash can travel much farther than was previously thought, even when it originates from a relatively small eruption.
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Signs of an Ancient Volcanic Eruption Found 3000 Miles Away

It was summertime when the Ksudach volcano erupted on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia's Far East 7,000 years ago. The violent explosion propelled its ash high into the atmosphere, where it drifted over North America before landing 3,100 miles away
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Ksudach (Russian: ) (also known as Vonyuchy Khrebet Volcano) is a stratovolcano in southern Kamchatka, Russia. The last eruption of Ksudach was in March 1907, on or around the 28, which was one of the largest ever recorded in Kamchatka, with a Volcanic Explosivity Index of 5 and a volume of ejected ash at 2.4 kmē
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