Qualibou

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Qualibou (Antillarum minorum physicalis)
Qualibou
Qualibou
Situs inter Antillas minores

Qualibou est regio vulcanica insulae Sanctae Luciae iuxta urbem Soufrière ("sulphuraria") patens. Hoc loco temporibus praehistoricis fuerit magnus mons ignifer, cuius caldera partim superest in forma montium Gros Piton, Petit Piton et Gimie. Est hodie situs hereditatis mundialis ab UNESCO decretus.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Deplus C, Le Friant A, Boudon G, Komorowski J-C, Villemant B, Harford C, Segoufin J, Cheminee J-L, "Submarine evidence for large-scale debris avalanches in the Lesser Antilles arc" in Earth and Planetary Science Letters vol. 192 (2001) pp. 145-157
  • Lindsay J M, "Saint Lucia" in Lindsay J M, Robertson R E A, Shepherd J B, Ali S, edd., Volcanic Hazard Atlas of the Lesser Antilles (Trinidad: Seismic Research Unit, University of the West Indies, 2005) pp. 218-238
  • Samper A, Quidelleur X, Boudon G, Le Friant A, Komorowski J C, "Radiometric dating of three large volume flank collapses in the Lesser Antilles arc" in Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research vol. 176 (2008) pp. 485-492
  • Wohletz K, Heiken G, Ander M, Goff F, Vuataz F-D, Wadge G, "The Qualibu caldera, St. Lucia, West Indies" in Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research vol. 27 (1986) pp. 77-117

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