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Feb 28 / Dave Schumaker

Scientists to try and plug Indonesian mud volcano

For the last nine months, a mud volcano in Indonesia has erupted the equivalent of a million barrels of mud a day and left 15,000 people homeless after exploratory drilling by a gas company pierced an underground chamber containing hydrogen sulfide.


This week, scientists attempted to plug the mud volcano with up to 1,500 giant concrete spheres that weigh nearly 500 pounds. After initially dropping a chain of these spheres into the volcano, the scientists have temporarily halted the project after the initial set of concrete descended to a depth of 1 km, twice as deep as expected.

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