This post is really about Loihi seamount, which will probably some day be the newest Hawaiian island. Where is Loihi? Well, let’s just say that
The USGS did a press conference this week on Kilauea’s little crater lake. The image above is what the top of the water table looks
Central America sits on the western edge of the Caribbean tectonic plate, and volcanoes in Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, and Panama form an inland volcanic arc.
Here’s a slightly edited Sunday Morning Volcano post from 2014. Rifting in this region happened because of a complex series of events, called the Mid-Tertiary
Here’s a slightly revised post from 2018 about a complex set of Japanese volcanoes! Fortunately, they have been quiet now for over a year.
Here’s a repost from 2018. And how was your commute this morning? Featured image: MONUSCO Photos/Abel Kavangh. CC BY-SA 2.0.