The Lava That Doesn’t Erupt Anymore

Volcanoes have been a persistent feature on Earth since the planet condensed out of the primordial nebula of our solar system. The scale and style of that volcanism has changed dramatically over that 4.5 billion years–heck, after Thera bumped into proto-Earth to form the Moon, […]

What A Crazy Weekend for Volcanoes, Huh?

It was a busy weekend for a number of volcanoes across the planet, but the one we were all watching decided to take a breather: Iceland After an intense earthquake swarm last week, Katla calmed down significantly. The earthquakes nearly ceased at the caldera and […]