Volcanoes as seen from space: A new perspective
NASA/JPL/EO-1 Mission/GSFC/Ashley Davies
Is science able to show that there was a large increase in volcano's after the last glacial period, which I assume dwarf's the current melt off?
The more the planet's glaciers shrinks, and the poles ice melts, the more the planet's tectonic plates will move and stike one-another, and the more the fissures under the volcanoes will brake. So, the more volcanic eruptions will be triggered by the glaciers melting.The poles and glaciers ice acts as a strong "glue", which sticks in the plates rocks empty spaces and fissures, holding and controlling the plates movements. So, with out the ice, plates will move harder and faster, more frequent and
more tramors and volcanic eruptions will strike the planet.