Santorini: Volcano, Natural History, Mythology

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List of illustrations

Endpapers: Iconos satellite Photograph, European Space Center.

Part I–Opening picture. Hiller von Gärtringen 1904.

1.0–WLF, 1980-05-24.

1.1–Telespazio ESA–Earthnet, September 1977.

1.2–After „Klimadiagramm

–Weltatlas” (H. Walter and H. Lieth 1967).

1.3–WLF, May 1980.

1.4–WLF, September 1993.

1.5–Satellite Photograph, Nasa 2001.

1.6–WLF.

1.7–WLF.

1.8–WLF, June 1996.

1.9–WLF, June 1996.

1.10–WLF, June 1996.

1.11–Drawing: Hiller von

Gärtringen 1904. Photograph: WLF.

1.12–WLF, May 1988.

1.13–Kraay 1966.

1.14–Hiller von Gärtringen 1904.

1.15–From: Monioudi–Gavala 1997.

2.0–WLF, May 1978.

2.1–After Vulkanismus (Spektrum Akademischer Verlag 1985).

2.2–After Bott et al. 1983.

2.3–After Mckenzie et al. 1978

2.4–After Schou Jensen and

Håkansson, Varv 1990, Fig. 2.

2.5–After Papazachos and Panagiotopoulos 1993.

2.6–WLF.

2.7–WLF.

3.0–WLF, May 1991.

3.1–WLF.

3.2–WLF.

3.3–WLF, August 1993.

3.4–WLF, September 1984.

3.5–After Maur Neumann van Padang 1936.

3.6–WLF.

3.7–After Günther and Pichler 1973.

3.8–WLF.

3.9–WLF, May 1993.

3.10–WLF.

3.11–WLF, May 2005.

3.12–After Druitt et al. 1999.

3.13–WLF, May 1991.

3.14–WLF, May 1993.

4.0–WLF, May 1976.

4.1–WLF.

4.2–WLF (and Seidenkrantz & Friedrich 1992).

4.3–WLF.

4.4–WLF, July 1991.

4.5–WLF, July 1991.

4.6–Satellite photograph: NASA.

Drawing after McCoy 2000.

5.0–WLF, August 1993.

5.1–WLF, 1968.

5.2–WLF.

5.3–WLF, May 1976.

5.4–WLF, July 1991.

5.5–WLF.

5.6–WLF.

5.7–WLF.

5.8–WLF.

5.9–WLF.

5.10–WLF.

5.11–WLF.

5.12–WLF.

5.13–WLF.

5.14–After Friedrich et al. 1977.

5.15–WLF, September 1989.

Part II–Opening picture.

Marinatos 1974.

6.0–WLF, May 1980.

6.1–WLF.

6.3–WLF, After Doumas 1974.

6.4–Top: Doumas,ALS 2003,p.24,fig.5, (13.09.1993).

6.4–Bottom: Doumas,ALS 2003,p.22, fig.3, (13.09.1993).

6.5–WLF and Andreas Friedrich.

6.6–WLF.

6.9–Erik Schou Jensen.

6.8–WLF, May 1980.

6.10–WLF (Photograph). From

Nature 1887.

6.11–WLF, 1978.

6.12–WLF, September 1993.

6.13–Tom Pfeiffer, November 2002/Grafik WLF.

6.15–After Francaviglia 1990.

B.6.4.1–Dansgaard and Hammer, 1981.

B.6.2 After C.J. Symons, ed., The Eruption of Krakatoa, Royal Society Report of the Krakatoa Committee, 1888).

B.6.4.1–WLF,

B.6.4.2–WLF,

B.6.4.3–WLF,

7.0–WLF, May 1980.

7.1–From Sir Arthur Evans, The Palace of Minos, Figure 304, 1928.

7.2–From Doumas 2000.

7.3–After Bietak 1992.

7.4–WLF.

7.5–Hammer et al. 1987.

7.6–Hammer.

7.7–Dansgaard, July 1993.

7.8–WLF, June 2007.

7.9–WLF, April 2003.

7.10–WLF, 2006.

7.11–WLF, April 2003.

7.12–Friedrich et al. 2006.

7.13–Friedrich et al., Science 312, 2006.

7.14–Friedrich et al., Science 312, 2006.

7.15–Friedrich et al., Science 312, 2006; Manning et al.

Science 312, 2006.

7.16–WLF.

B.7.1–Tauber 1992.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Introduction 1
  • I - The Geological Framework 5
  • 1 - The Geography of Santorini 7
  • 2 - Santorini and Plate Tectonics 23
  • 3 - The Geological Development of Santorini 33
  • 4 - Stratigraphy–The Backbone of Geology 51
  • 5 - Plant Remains and Geological Time 61
  • II - The Minoan Eruption 77
  • 6 - The Mechanism of the Minoan Eruption 79
  • 7 - When Did the Catastrophe Occur? 99
  • III - The Volcano Releases Its Secret 123
  • 8 - A Bronze Age Pompeii 125
  • 9 - What Was Living on the Island during the Bronze Age? 137
  • 10 - An Idea Takes Hold 151
  • 11 - Geological Observations and Mythology 187
  • IV - The Island Is Changing Its Appearance 203
  • 12 - The Caldera Is Filling Again 205
  • 13 - Volcanism Today 229
  • 14 - Present and Future Changes of the Island 247
  • V - Appendices 261
  • List of Illustrations 276
  • Fossils from Santorini 278
  • The Modern Flora of Santorini 282
  • Excavations at Balos in 1870 by - Gorceix and Mamet 288
  • VI - References and Indices 291
  • References 292
  • Name Index 307
  • Subject Index 309
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