Indonesian mud volcano could flow for 30 years

THE Indonesian mud volcano in East Java’s Sidoarjo district – known to locals as “Lusi” – could continue flowing at its current rate of 100,000 cubic metres of mud per day for the next 30 years, according to Curtin University of Technology researcher Dr Mark Tingay.

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Speaking as part of the Geological Society of Australia's Earth Science Showcase, Tingay also warned that more than 100,000 people remained under threat from the continuing subsidence of surrounding

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