Eruption-triggered tsunami: Kolumbo volcano’s historic natural catastrophe explained.

The volcanic tsunami at Kolumbo volcano 373 years ago was triggered by a violent eruption. This eruption caused a rapid expulsion of volcanic material and gases, displacing a significant volume of seawater. The interaction between the eruptive activity and the sea led to the generation of a tsunami. The explosion and subsequent collapse of volcanic material into the sea produced massive waves that radiated outward, resulting in a catastrophic volcanic tsunami that affected the surrounding areas.

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