Tonga Eruption: Excess Water Vapour Blasted Into Atmosphere Could Warm Up the Planet for Years, Study Says

The Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai underwater volcano that erupted in the South Pacific in January injected 1,60,900 tonnes of additional water vapour into the stratosphere, according to researchers. The excess water vapour could heat up the planet for several years, a new study reveals.

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