Two supervolcanoes, the Campi Flegrei in Italy and the Long Valley Caldera in California, are showing signs of unrest. However, scientists say there is no immediate threat of an eruption.

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Supervolcanoes are capable of huge explosions, but most eruptions are smaller. The Campi Flegrei volcano last erupted in 1538. The Long Valley Caldera last erupted in 1915. Scientists are monitoring both volcanoes closely.

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The Campi Flegrei volcano is located near Naples, Italy. It is a caldera, which is a large crater formed by the collapse of a volcano. The caldera is about 12 miles wide and 15 miles long.

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The Campi Flegrei volcano has erupted many times over the past 600,000 years. The most recent eruption was in 1538, which created a new volcanic cone called Monte Nuovo.

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The Long Valley Caldera is located in eastern California. It is a caldera that is about 11 miles wide and 17 miles long.

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Scientists are monitoring both the Campi Flegrei and Long Valley Caldera volcanoes closely. They are looking for signs of unrest, such as increased seismic activity and ground deformation.

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If scientists see signs that an eruption is imminent, they will warn the public. However, there is no immediate threat of an eruption at either volcano.

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