Santorini: Volcano, Natural History, Mythology

By Walter L. Friedrich; Alexander R. McBirney | Go to book overview

Subject Index

A
Alafousos quarry 126
Andes 25
andesites 28
andesitic lavas 38-39, 43-44, 48
Aniakchak 108
Aphroessa lava 213, 223
Ar 39-40, 42, 44
Archangelos Vouno 37, 52, 54, 65, 75, 169
Artemisia steppe 67
Arundo donax 142–149
ash 89
fall 55, 59
flow 41
layers 89
shards 107-108
Asia 190, 195
Aspronisi 32, 36, 44, 49
Astypalea 234
Athens 144-149, 235
Athinios 34, 41, 90, 126, 159-161, 164, 166, 169, 173, 176
Atlantic Ocean 24
Atlantis 131, 187-191, 195-196, 198-199, 201, 250
atomic bomb 80, 88
Attica 144-149
Avaris 94, 139–149, 188, 201

B
Badisches Landesmuseum in Karlsruhe 173
Balos 41, 178-185
Bamboo 143-149
Banco platform 205, 210
barley 143-149
base surge 80, 88, 93
baskets 143-149
BE10 (Beryllium 10) 108
beetles 144-149
Benioff Zones 26
Bikini Atoll 80, 88
blue-schist facies 34
Bo3 90
boars 148-149
Bodrum Peninsula 27
branches 105, 109, 112-113, 120
breccias 34, 38
Bronze Age 49, 79, 89, 94, 96, 100101, 116, 120, 152
bruchids 144-149
Bu series 41-42
Bu-caldera 42
bull-leapers 101

C
caldera wall 39, 41-44, 89-90, 98, 109, 113-114, 120
calibration curve 59, 105-106, 116-117, 121
Calliste 250
Cameroon 241
Camp Century 107-108
Canaan 139-149, 188, 190
Cape Akrotiri 41, 54
Alonaki 78, 89
Athinios 89. 173
Camina 167
Exomytis 251
Fanari 41
Katofira 41
Kimina 126
Kolumbos 48, 90, 205, 216, 228, 241
Lumaravi 52, 54
Mavro 54
Plaka 34, 158, 228, 240
Riva 43, 48, 49, 198, 200
Cape Riva ignimbrite 48-49, 5557, 135
Cape Thermia 34, 41, 159, 164
Tripiti 126
Turlos 41
carbon dioxide 241
cardaegaeis 72
Carpathos 72
Catholic church 217
cattle 148-149
Cenozoic Era 34
ceramic artifacts 59
chairs 141-149
chalcopyrite 34
Chamaerops humilis 65-66, 71
Chania 143-149, 166
charcoal 44, 48-49, 55-56, 59, 62
Chasmophytae 94
Chile 103
China 97
Chios 238
Christiana Islands 120
Christiani 14-21
chronology, Egyptian 188, 190
chrysocolla 159
cinder cones 44
CL36 (chloride 36) 108
clay, ceramic 169
climate 61-62, 67, 71
clinoptilolit 170
CO2 117, 120-121
compression 27
conglomerates 52
continental drift 24-31
margins 25, 28
plates 34
converging plates 25, 28
copper 199
Corfu 148-149, 239
crater 80-81, 89, 112, 120
Cretaceous 29, 52
Cretan Sea 29
Crete 66-67, 70, 72, 94-95, 101, 141-149, 166, 195
crocus 146-149
Crocus carthwrightianus 146-149
crust 25
Cycladean Blue-schist Belt 34
Granite Province 30
Massif 29-30, 34
Cyclades 72, 75, 97, 114, 191
Cyprideis turosa 156
Cyprus 94, 172, 190

D
dacites 31
dacitic lavas 36, 38, 48, 54
Daphne 224
date palm 66-67
deep trenches 25
delta, Nile 101
dendrochronological observations 100
dispersion of flora 97
dome 225
dwarf palm 65-66, 71, 73
DYE 3 106-108

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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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