What a week! At least three unrelated major erupting volcanoes — two of them located in the Central American Volcanic Arc and one in the
Imagine an active volcano as big as Rhode Island — the biggest non-supervolcano in the Lower 48. Now put it near a city in the
This image doesn’t look like the news-making Soufriere Volcano on St. Vincent that you may have heard about lately. The cone that’s erupting is only
I did some extensive rewriting of the original post on the Decade Volcano for the upcoming eBook and also included an intriguing video of a
Semeru — the erupting volcano in the background of this image — rises south of the Tengger caldera, which we explored last week. Bromo —
Update, October 26, 2018: Volcanologist Erik Klemetti has a good blog post up about this volcano. Should we be worried? A resounding no, he says.