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.
Explosions are still rocking an island in Alaska, while parts of Kilauea in Hawaii collapsed into the Pacific. The post Explosive Eruptions Continue to Rock Alaska's Bogoslof Volcano appeared first on WIRED.
Chilean officials raised the alert status around Cerro Hudson after earthquakes near the same source of the 2011 eruption. The post Dozens of Earthquakes Rattle a Chilean Volcano, Raising Alerts appeared first on WIRED.
Steam explosions rocked the shores of Lake Rotorua in New Zealand for the first time in 15 years. The post Steam Explosions Rock New Zealand's Rotorua Caldera appeared first on WIRED.
Satellite images and aircraft have spotted a pumice raft in the Pacific Ocean near Fiji, but we may never know its source. The post Nobody Knows Where This Big Raft of Pumice Came From appeared first on WIRED.
Two South American volcanoes have some of the largest explosions they have experienced all year. The post South American Volcanoes Let Off Some Spectacular Ash Puffs appeared first on WIRED.