This is from 2018, but per the latest Global Volcanism Program report, the Antarctic volcano’s thermal activity picked up over 2021. Original post below, with one updated link. Bonus link: McMurdo Station live cam (it’s winter currently, and near the solstice, so don’t expect much daylight).
Update, June 23, 2022: Here’s a good article on Erebus.
We don’t usually think of Antarctica as “fire and ice” country, but it has many volcanoes (link doesn’t mean endorsement of company; it just came up in Web search), including Mount Erebus, which erupts fairly frequently and hosts a major lava lake.
Volcanologists also study the volcano’s gases and ejecta from its explosions.
Mount Erebus Smithsonian GVP page.
(I can’t find a working link to updates from the Mount Erebus Volcano Observatory.)
Featured image: Mount Erebus. Source.