A pumice raft is a floating raft of pumice occasionally created by ocean-based or near-ocean volcanic activity. A large pumice raft appeared near New Zealand in August 2012. It was reported to be spread on an area 480 kilometres (300 mi) long, 50 kilometres (30 mi) wide, and riding 60 centimetres (2 ft) above the surface
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