Molten rock at Kilauea’s summit has disappeared from view, but the world’s largest lava lake is still bubbling away in the crater of Africa’s Nyiragongo
It’s wonderful (from a distance) to follow the ongoing eruption at Kilauea via the Web. Twitter is especially helpful. I’ve been wondering what the reawakening and eruption of Mount St. Helens would have been like on Twitter.
No place on earth leaves me feeling as alive as a volcano does. — Volcanologist Stanley Williams, in “Surviving Galeras” Now let’s take away the
The best background to read for this video is in the book Volcano Cowboys. The short version: this is volcanologist David Johnston (and an equally
For most of us, the words “Japan” and “volcano” summon up an image of Mt. Fuji, near Tokyo. But this country has many more
This was first published at my other blog on May 3, 2014. There is a king in the Pacific Northwest, his brow crowned in glittering