Reunion island brings us on a journey through volcanic time ... The young Piton de la Fournaise figures today among the world’s most active volcanoes ... Its extreme activity is linked to its youth.
Aline Peltier, a volcanologist, monitors this volcano closely because of its five annual eruptions. Its neighbor, which sleeps nearby, the venerable Piton des Neiges, show traces of millions of years of volcanic activity on its slopes. Its study helps scientists anticipate the future transformations of the Piton de la Fournaise. Not far from there, an amazing local community lives in near autarky.
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