No, Italy’s beautiful Monte Epomeo, shown above, is not the volcano. This mountain is “just” a block of 50,0000-year-old greenish ignimbrite pushed up by volcanic
Let’s go on a Sunday morning train ride (paying particular attention to the mountains): Note: You might have difficulty seeing this video here; it worked
I’m trying out a new format for the blog, and the top menu no longer shows up, at least on mobile devices. Here’s a direct
Update, November 24, 2018, 7:26 a.m., Pacific: Per the volcanologists, who kindly replied by email, this cloud coming out of the caldera, captured on the
Update, November 22, 2018, 12:51 p.m., Pacific: Happy Thanksgiving! Also, AVO has decreased the alert level back to Orange, as Veniaminof’s ash emissions have decreased
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.