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Earthquake measuring 4.5 at Katla, Iceland’s most powerful volcano – Iceland Monitor


Iceland Monitor

Earthquake measuring 4.5 at Katla, Iceland's most powerful volcano
Iceland Monitor
To top of today's series of earthquakes, a quake measuring 4.5 occurred at the mother of all volcanoes in Iceland, Katla tonight at around 10.30 pm. Another earthquake measuring 3.2 occurred a little later. Both eruptions were felt in nearby areas. A

Posted on 27 July 2017 | 1:17 am

A mud volcano has been erupting for ten years – and scientists are still undecided what caused it – The Independent


The Independent

A mud volcano has been erupting for ten years – and scientists are still undecided what caused it
The Independent
The world's most destructive mud volcano was born near the town of Sidoarjo, on the island of Java, Indonesia, just over 11 years ago – and to this day it has not stopped erupting. The mud volcano known as Lusi started on May 29, 2006, and at its peak …

Posted on 26 July 2017 | 11:05 pm

Sleep on the rim of an active volcano at Volcano House – Hawaiimagazine.com (blog)


Hawaiimagazine.com (blog)

Sleep on the rim of an active volcano at Volcano House
Hawaiimagazine.com (blog)
Rust-colored with a clapboard exterior, baseboard radiators and cozy furniture, the Volcano House is more ski lodge than sunny resort, defying typical Hawaii hotel expectations. Yet its superlative location, overlooking the park's molten lava lake

Posted on 26 July 2017 | 8:14 pm

Talk on YNP volcano Thursday – Cody Enterprise


Talk on YNP volcano Thursday
Cody Enterprise
Geologic expert Robert Smith, a research professor at the University of Utah, will speak in the Buffalo Bill Center of the West on July 27 about Yellowstone National Park's seismic features, including the so-called super volcano. Smith will appear in

Posted on 26 July 2017 | 7:02 pm

Oregon Made (Probably) the World’s Biggest Baking-Soda-and-Vinegar Volcano – Atlas Obscura


Atlas Obscura

Oregon Made (Probably) the World's Biggest Baking-Soda-and-Vinegar Volcano
Atlas Obscura
Remember in elementary school, when you made a baking soda and vinegar volcano on the floor of your family's kitchen, and you piled the papier-mâché higher and higher, and you said to yourself, “This is going to be the biggest one ever?” You were wrong.
OMSI likely breaks UK world record for largest baking soda and vinegar volcanoPortland Tribune

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Posted on 26 July 2017 | 2:30 pm

Oregon science museum erupts 34-foot baking soda and vinegar volcano – UPI.com


UPI.com

Oregon science museum erupts 34-foot baking soda and vinegar volcano
UPI.com
"I think it's going to be a lot of fun, hands on science." An estimated crowd of 3,000 people gathered at the museum on Sunday as they poured about sixty-six gallons of vinegar and 50 gallons of a baking soda-water mixture into the massive volcano as

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Posted on 25 July 2017 | 5:06 pm

The 2 Stories Of The Aljojuca Volcano | Fronteras Desk – Fronteras: The Changing America Desk


Fronteras: The Changing America Desk

The 2 Stories Of The Aljojuca Volcano | Fronteras Desk
Fronteras: The Changing America Desk
Eight students from Northern Arizona University and the National Autonomous University of Mexico are studying volcanoes in central Mexico to better …

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Posted on 25 July 2017 | 12:21 pm

Scientists Find Some of Mars’s Youngest Volcanoes–and Discover … – Scientific American


Scientific American

Scientists Find Some of Mars's Youngest Volcanoes–and Discover …
Scientific American
Newly identified volcanoes may have provided the perfect environment for microbial life-forms to thrive.

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Posted on 24 July 2017 | 5:02 pm

Museum builds 34-foot “baking soda volcano” – wivb.com


wivb.com

Museum builds 34-foot “baking soda volcano
wivb.com
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry set a new standard in science fair volcanoes over the weekend. They were hoping their 34-foot-tall marvel would set a new Guinness World Record for the largest baking soda and vinegar volcano. While there is …
Jerks Need to Shut Up About OMSI's Baking Soda VolcanoThe Portland Mercury (blog)
OMSI attempts world record with largest baking soda and vinegar volcanoKING5.com
OMSI draws a crowd for volcano record attemptOregonLive.com
KATU –Pickle
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Posted on 24 July 2017 | 3:20 pm

Guatemala volcano eruption: Social media ‘erupts,’ too – CNN.com – CNN


CNN

Guatemala volcano eruption: Social media 'erupts,' too – CNN.com
CNN
Guatemala's Volcán de Fuego rumbled to life earlier this month — and social media has been "erupting" with close-up photos and videos of the active volcano.

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Posted on 19 July 2017 | 3:11 am

Volcanoes News — ScienceDaily

‘Shadow network’ keeps communities safe from deadly volcano

‘Shadow networks’ linking volunteers with authorities can help keep some of the millions of people living near dangerous volcanoes safer, suggests a new study. These informal networks see community members working in close collaboration with scientists and government officials on monitoring, communications, training and evacuation processes.

Posted on 19 July 2017 | 1:01 pm

New research uses satellites to predict end of volcanic eruptions

Infrared satellite data could be used to predict when lava flow-forming eruptions will end, researchers recently discovered.

Posted on 14 July 2017 | 1:38 pm

Crystals help volcanoes cope with pressure

Researchers have discovered that volcanoes have a unique way of dealing with pressure — through crystals. If enough crystals can develop in rising magma then a network of microscopic crystals can lessen the internal pressure of rising magma and reduce the explosiveness of eruptions.

Posted on 11 July 2017 | 1:28 pm

‘Bulges’ in volcanoes could be used to predict eruptions

Researchers have developed a new way of measuring the pressure inside volcanoes, and found that it can be a reliable indicator of future eruptions.

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 6:49 pm

Predicting eruptions using satellites and math

Volcanologists are beginning to use satellite measurements and mathematical methods to forecast eruptions and to better understand how volcanoes work, shows a new article.

Posted on 28 June 2017 | 1:58 pm

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