Flying in two airplanes over the
craters of Mt. Etna, Italian scientists were able to gather sufficient
data to predict the end of volcanic disturbances. A number of
photographs of the greatest value were taken, and observations made
of the direction of lava streams may render practicable the erection of
artificial barriers to check or eliminate future disasters.
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