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Guatemala volcano spews ash months after deadly eruption
PHYS.ORG Guatemala's Volcano of Fire spewed ash and lava Saturday just months after an eruption killed at least 110 people. 4 days
Guatemala's Fuego volcano erupts again
PHYS.ORG Guatemala's deadly Fuego volcano erupted anew early Friday, unleashing a 600-meter flow of lava and sending clouds of ash spiralling into the sky. 6 days
'Fake news' about volcanic eruptions could put lives at risk
PHYS.ORG The Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull made worldwide headlines in 2010 when it erupted ash that was blown towards Europe, so that air traffic was grounded across the continent. More... 6 days
Volcano researchers learn how Earth builds supereruption-feeding magma systems
PHYS.ORG To figure out where magma gathers in the earth's crust and for how long, Vanderbilt University volcanologist Guilherme Gualda and his students traveled to their most active cluster: the Taupo... 1 week
Italy’s Mount Etna could be collapsing into the sea
Science Magazine Volcano’s movement is more dangerous than previously thought 1 week
Gravitational collapse of Mount Etnas southeastern flank
Science Magazine The southeastern flank of Etna volcano slides into the Ionian Sea at rates of centimeters per year. The prevailing understanding is that pressurization of the magmatic system, and not gravitational forces, controls flank movement,... 1 week
Volcano researcher learns how Earth builds supereruption-feeding magma systems
SCIENCE DAILY After studying layers of pumice, measuring the amount of crystals in the samples and using thermodynamic models, the team determined that magma moved closer to the surface with each successive... 1 week
Philippines revs up flagging green energy engine
PHYS.ORG Deep below the ancient volcanoes scattered around the Philippines sits a simmering stockpile of intense heat that officials hope will help revive the nation's sputtering green energy machine. 1 week
Lost Chain of Underwater Volcanoes Is a Massive Whale Superhighway
LIVE SCIENCE There is an ancient "highway" of massive, underwater volcanoes near Tasmania, and apparently whales love it. 1 week
Explosive lies: How volcanoes can lie about their age, and what it means for us
PHYS.ORG Just like a teenager wanting to be older, volcanoes can lie about their age, or at least about... 2 weeks
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