When did Tambora last erupt?

Answer Mount Tambora, located in Indonesia, last erupted in 1967. Mount Tambora is responsible for the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history, an event that killed 117,000 people in 1815 and led to... Read More »

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When did etna last erupt?

Mt. Etna, located in Sicily, Italy, last erupted on April 8, 2010. This was an ash eruption that occurred on the lower east flank of the southeast crater. Mt. Etna, like Mt. Kilauea in Hawaii, is a... Read More »

When did Mauna Loa first erupt?

Located in Hawaii, Mauna Loa is Earth's largest volcano and has erupted 33 times since its first, well-documented, eruption in 1843. Since then it has been carefully monitored, and geologists expec... Read More »

When did the volcano Mauna Loa erupt?

The Mauna Loa volcano on the island of Hawaii last erupted from March 24, 1984, to April 15, 1984. There have been 33 recorded eruptions of this still active volcano, and the U.S. Geological Survey... Read More »

When did Mount Etna erupt?

Mount Etna, a volcano in southern Italy, has erupted over 200 times since its eruptions began to be documented in 1500 B.C. The largest eruption occurred in 1669, and the longest eruption started i... Read More »