Nearly four years ago, a volcano of mud erupted in the middle of an Indonesian suburb, eventually inundating four villages, displacing 30,000 people and causing a gas line explosion that killed 13. The mud volcano continues to erupt today. A new report blames a drilling company that was drilling a gas exploration well, not a relatively mild and distant earthquake.
- Strongest evidence to date shows link between exploration well and Lusi mud volcanoThu, 11 Feb 2010, 20:29:30 EST
- Report confirms drilling, not earthquake, caused Java mud volcanoMon, 9 Jun 2008, 10:07:45 EDT
- Pre-eruption earthquakes offer clues to volcano forecastersWed, 16 Dec 2009, 19:08:11 EST
- World's fastest-growing mud volcano is collapsing, says new researchWed, 28 May 2008, 12:56:09 EDT
- Conclusive vote on cause of Indonesian mud volcanoFri, 31 Oct 2008, 10:18:39 EDT