Lava flows continues to pour into the Pacific in Hawaii, creating stunning red-hot fountains. The post Watch Kilauea's Lava Gush Into the Sea Like a Waterfall appeared first on WIRED.
After an uneventful 2016, Etna in Italy starts to erupt again. Meanwhile, Erta'Ale has its first lava flows in a decade and Alaska keeps rumbling. The post Italy's Etna Volcano Awakens with New Explosions in the New Year appeared first on WIRED.
Families of some of the victims of the 2014 eruption of Mt. Ontake are suing the local government, claiming that they downplayed the volcano's threat. The post Victims’ Families Sue Japan for Failing to Warn of Eruption appeared first on WIRED.
Earthquakes at Brava in the Cape Verde Islands mean it could be waking up after millennia of quiet. Also, eruptions in Indonesia are disrupting air traffic. The post Earthquakes in the Cape Verde Islands Could Signal an Explosive Eruption to Come appeared first on WIRED.
Not all caldera are made the same, but we got to watch one type form during the 2014-15 Holuhraun eruption in Iceland. The post Think Explosions Are the Only Way to Form Calderas? Think Again appeared first on WIRED.
Five volcanoes across three Central American countries have people's attention after a restless weekend. The post Central American Volcanoes Let Out Spectacular Eruptions appeared first on WIRED.
Despite what people might claim, the busy week in volcanism isn't part of a greater pattern or magical planetary alignment. The post Please Don't Blame Mars for This Week's Explosive Volcanic Eruptions appeared first on WIRED.
Two remote volcanoes had eruptions over the last week. Meanwhile, things heated up in Chile and cooled down in New Zealand. The post Satellites Are Keeping a Close Eye on Remote Eruptions appeared first on WIRED.
After one of the most vigorous eruptions in decades, Alaska's Pavlof calms down. Also, updates from Copahue and Kanlaon. The post Alaska's Volcano Cools Down, While a Chilean One Heats Up appeared first on WIRED.