"The Greco-Latin origins of what they tell us about the La Palma volcano" by Elena Curbelo and Alexis Moreno in The Conversation.

Friday, 24 September, 2021

Doctors Elena Curbelo Tavío and Alexis Moreno García, members of the University Institute for Textual Analysis and Applications (IATEXT), have published in The Conversation “The Greco-Latin origins of what they tell us about the La Palma volcano”. In this article they link the volcanic eruption that has taken place on the Canary Island with the classical languages ​​by presenting a small glossary in which they present an etymological analysis of some scientific terms related to volcanology that help us to better understand its origin and its Greco-Latin past..

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