You don’t often see something like this happening in Hurricane Alley: Those early explosions at La Soufriere St. Vincent blasted around 0.5 megatonnes of sulfur
All of it, gone with the wind now. What a wild volcano weekend it has been thus far! (Am writing this Saturday evening.) A seismologist
The Danish Red Cross has gone swimming with sharks. Don’t reach for a life preserver, though. This might be a very good thing. That is,
Colima Volcano is slowly waking up again, so here is its slightly edited chapter from my eBook “The Decade Volcanoes and Us.” Scientists did not
Remember this from last year? Taal, near the Philippines’ capital city of Manila, grabbed world headlines when it had this spectacular eruption in January 2020.
From a distance, Mount Etna in Italy looks like your basic volcano: tall (towering almost 11,000 feet above Catania, Sicily, in the image above), coming