If you have been following the Popocatepetl updates, you’ll know that I’ve been paying attention to the webicorder recently. It’s fun to be able to
You might already have heard of one of the two Alaskan “Sitkin” volcanoes, since headline writers at a few news websites are giving Great Sitkin
Recently the US government put together a list of the 35 minerals that it considers necessary for the security and economic welfare of the country.
Although she was spent her life studying Earth’s surface, this woman has a crater on a Venus and an asteroid named after her, per Wikipedia!
The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory/USGS just issued this; I think they mean that the overall deflation at Kilauea’s floor has been 3 feet, not that it
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.