Volcano Eruptions 1800-2010

In: Environment/weather Maps Science Source: WSJ

29 Apr 2010


1 Response to Volcano Eruptions 1800-2010



April 30th, 2010 at 8:19 pm

Wow, this one came out pretty rough…

the symbols for magnitude are not at all intuitive and it is very difficult to follow this temporally. Perhaps using size of the graphic as the indicator of magnitude would have worked better-

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