Lake Nyos Close Reading and Lab Demo by Science Rocks | TpT

Lake Nyos Close Reading and Lab Demo

Lake Nyos Close Reading and Lab Demo by Science Rocks | TpT

On a night in 1986, Lake Nyos reached its carbon dioxide saturation point and the lake turned over in an eruption of water that flew 250 ft into the the air. Gas emerged from the lake in that explosion, sweeping over the valleys and, being denser than air, sinking to suffocate the people below. Death came quickly. 1 man said, "We heard a noise, just like a gunshot." He checked on his 2 young daughters and found them dead in their beds. A total of 1,746 people were smothered in the night.

Lake Nyos This lake in Cameroon is one of the worlds only known exploding lakes. Just underneath it, a pocket of magma fills Nyos with carbon dioxide and transforms its water into carbonic acid.

Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over 1,746 people in one night.

Lake Nyos

Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over 1,746 people in one night.

Lake Nyos | Atlas Obscura

Lake Nyos

Discover Lake Nyos in Menchum, Cameroon: Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over people in one night.

Lake Nyos | Atlas Obscura

Lake Nyos

Discover Lake Nyos in Menchum, Cameroon: Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over people in one night.

Lake Nyos - Wikipedia

A siphon used by French scientists to de-gas Lake Nyos.

MENCHUM, CAMEROON,  Lake Nyos - Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over 1,746 people in one night

Lake Nyos

Discover Lake Nyos in Menchum, Cameroon: Deadliest lake in the world suffocated over people in one night.

Lake Nyos - Super Happy Lucky Lake of Fun!!!!

[Warning: That title was completely ironic] Continuing in our discovery of unique lakes around the world, we are featuring Lake Nyos in.

The lake literally exploded in what's known as a limnic eruption, sending a fountain of water over 300 feet into the air and creating a small tsunami. Hundreds of thousands of tons of carbon dioxide burst forth at 60 miles an hour, suffocating people up to 15 miles away. Of the 800 residents of nearby Nyos, six survived. In all, 1,746 people died and more than 3,500 livestock perished in a matter of minutes.

Deadly Lake Kills 1,746

Lake Nyos, Cameroon, Gas Release August Dead cattle surround compounds in Nyos village Sept. almost two weeks after the lake's explosion.

"I could not speak. I became unconscious. I could not open my mouth because then I smelled something terrible ... I heard my daughter snoring in a terrible way, very abnormal.... When crossing to my daughter's bed ... I collapsed and fell ... I wanted to speak, my breath would not come out.... My daughter was already dead." Words of Joseph Nkwain, who on August 21, 1986, survived one of the strangest natural disasters in history. (Lake Nyos, located in the Northwest Region of Cameroon…

Lake Nyos

Lake Nyos - Wikipedia

Lake Nyos - Wikipedia

Lake Nyos is a crater lake in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. A natural dam of volcanic rock contains the lake waters and a pocket of magma lies beneath the lake and leaks carbon dioxide into the water, changing it into carbonic acid.

Lake Nyos after the limnic eruption that killed 1700 people.

Lake Nyos Disaster

Lake Nyos Disaster

Lake Nyos

Lake Nyos

A limnic eruption, also referred to as a lake overturn, is a rare type of natural disaster ...

Lake Nyos - Lake Nyos, in West Africa looks like any ordinary lake, but beneath the surface is a time bomb. Deep in the lake bed lies a po.

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