Two volcanoes named Fuego make the news frequently. This post is about the beautiful but dangerous volcano in Guatemala and its quiet neighbor Acatenango.
Why does the same volcanic zone produce two kinds of volcanoes?
Y1K really came in with a bang for those living around the Sea of Japan, thanks to a VEI 7 eruption at a volcano sitting on the border between modern-day China and North Korea.
Ethiopia’s Dallol Volcano is a surreal mix of bright colors, deadly natural dangers, and risk of armed attack. This video captures that unique combination well.
Yes, that is someone’s foot touching a moving lava flow without combusting. It’s a screenshot from this video – notice the person just lightly taps
You need this background to the recent news that, at Havre Seamount near New Zealand, scientists have found the largest deep-water silicic eruption in history. Some cool videos of eruptions are included, too.