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Evidence that molten sulfur is coming out of the seafloor hotsprings inside Macauley cone was seen at many locations. The sulfur comes from volcanic gases. Layers of ash from recent eruptions and evidence for hydraulic fracturing were observed in the walls of the crater.

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