Volcanic eruptions on Iceland generated a cascade of events that led to record low levels of water in the Nile River in Africa and brought famine to the region more than two centuries ago, a new study concludes.
The findings will inform climate forecasting related to future volcanic activity.
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Faraway Volcanoes Shrunk the Mighty Nile
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