Hyundai Sonata Hybrid

Take a sleek, stylish, and technologically savvy sedan, and inject with pure, hybrid eco-friendliness, and out will come the Hyundai Sonata Hybrid. In a world of car manufacturers hybridizing their favorite models, the Hyundai Sonata is a true standout. At first glance, you wouldn’t even know that it’s a hybrid, which is exactly what we …

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Hyundai Sonata

When it comes to contemporary automobiles with subtle, yet refined style, the Hyundai Sonata sits just at the top of the list. This borderline luxury sedan is one of the most comfortable and stylish sedans on the market today. While it may not be the most stand-out in terms of expression and performance, it is …

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Hyundai Palisade

When it comes to making affordable, functional, and stylish vehicles, no other car manufacturer seems to be able to do it quite like Hyundai does it.  The Hyundai Palisade has helped bring the company to the larger vehicle market, as it is one of their best and biggest three-row SUVs that they have ever released. …

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Hyundai Kona

When it comes to developing stylish, budget-friendly, and fuel-efficient vehicles, Hyundai has been on a roll. The Kona is one of the most charming vehicles that has come out in the past couple of years. With a tight and punchy powertrain that is fun to drive and a stylish design that provides you with class …

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Hyundai Ioniq

You usually know when you’re looking at a hybrid or electric car thanks to the least-aerodynamic designs and non-intimidating looks.  With the Hyundai Ioniq, that is not the case. It does a great job at being as unassuming as possible, although it’s a wonderful electric vehicle. A History of the Hyundai Ioniq The Hyundai Ioniq …

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Mount Erebus is Antarctica’s second-highest mountain as well as earth’s southernmost active volcano.

Why Is It Famous?

Its status as the active volcano that is the furthest south on the planet makes Mount Erebus famous. It is also the continent’s sixth-highest ultra-mountain.

What Is Nearby?

You can find Mount Erebus on Ross Island’s Ross Dependency. This makes it part of New Zealand’s claim. This location also has three inactive volcanos, Mount Terra Nova, Mount Bird, and Mount Terror. It also houses the Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory.

Geological Description

Mount Erebus has a summit elevation reaching 3,794 meters. It is Antarctica’s most active volcano and the eruptive zone for the Erebus hotspot on Ross Island. The summit features a phonolitic lava lake that is one of just five of the planet’s long-lasting lava lakes. The volcano has Strombolian eruptions from one of its subsidiary vents or the lava lake, all of which are within its inner crater.

Scientists find the volcano remarkable thanks to its persistent yet low-level eruptive activity. This lets volcanologists study the Strombolian eruptive system just hundreds of meters away from active vents with relative safety. The mountain is a polygenetic stratovolcano. The top half of it is a stratocone while the lower half is a shield.

The volcano also holds interest thanks to its ice fumaroles, which are ice towers that formed around the gases escaping from surface vents. The fumaroles have ice caves that are dark and have a sparse life.

Events in Time

This volcano has been active for around 1.3 million years. In November 1979, the Air New Zealand Flight 901 crashed into the volcano. During the 2007 and 2008’s field season, scientists installed a dense array featuring seismometers so they can listen to the energy from the volcano’s small blasts and gain insights.


Mount Erebus is in Antarctica and particularly interesting to volcanologists due to the ability to study small regular eruptions up close.

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