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  • School children are touring the areas they were forced to leave due to lava
    School children tour Hawaii's recent lava flow
    Though it sounds like a trip for an adrenaline junkie, Hawaii is now slowly opening up tours of areas that experienced recent lava flow. Following the lava activity the big island has seen this summer, journalists and schoolchildren can now take a...
  • Mount Saint Helens
    Mount Saint Helens eruption could cause catastrophic damage to the U.S. [Report]
    Mount Saint Helensmay be close to reawakening and scientists fear that the volcano, which is most notorious for its catastrophic eruption on May 18, 1980, is recharging due to activity in the volcano's magma chamber. According to a Sep. 30...
  • Volcano Eruption in Japan
    Volcano eruption in Japan kills one and leaves 30 stranded
    Mount Ontake, a Japanese volcano, erupted on Saturday killing one woman and injuring more than 30 others. The mountain is a popular destination for hikers who come to see the autumn scenery. “It was like thunder,” recounted a woman who...
  • Holuhraun eruption
    Truth Commission: Icelandic Lake Monster Does Exist
    Lost in all the excitement of a possible volcanic eruption capable of stopping air flights as it did in 2010 or maybe the fault of the Justin Timberlake concert in Iceland was the finding of a commission to ascertain the existence of a lake...
  • Milos, Cyclades Islands, Greece
    Let a Greek volcano do the cooking at Sirocco
    Does continual beauty cause you to yawn? Is dining within sight and sound of warm shockingly blue water directly on a white sand beach passé on your "bucket list?" If so Paleochori beach's Cafe Restaurant Sirocco on the Greek...
  • Iceland's volcano and climate change
    Iceland's volcano and climate change
    There are two opposing effects the latest threatening volcano, Barðarbunga in Iceland, could have on the planet earth. If it ejects an ash particles and sulfuric gases column, within weeks a cloud could block the sun resulting in global cooling....
  •   Mud Treatments Directly from the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano
    Mud Treatments Directly from the Rincon de la Vieja Volcano
    We saw monkeys on the highway to the Hacienda Guachipelin Hotel and Cattle Ranch! After arriving, there was a choice of tubing, horseback riding, white water rafting, bird watching, climbing, hiking, cattle drive, Tarzan wing and zip line. You...
  • `Imiloa program, "VolcanoScapes... Dancing with the Goddess" this Friday
    `Imiloa program, "VolcanoScapes... Dancing with the Goddess" this Friday
    Emmy Award-winning videographer Mick Kalber's two hour documentary, VolcanoScapes... Dancing with the Goddess shows this Friday, July 11, at 7 pm in the `Imiloa planetarium.The Goddess is Pele, deity of Hawai`i's volcanoes.Pele, daughter...
  • Park entrance
    Summer Junior Ranger Program begins June 17 at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
    Hurry - deadline to register is June 13Although this is just around the corner, there is still time to sign-up for this unique program..Children ages nine to 12 years are invited to become junior rangers through Hawai‘i Volcanoes National...
  • The first terrestrial discovery of ringwoodite by University of Alberta scientist Graham Pearson confirms the presence of massive amounts of water 400 to 700 km beneath the Earth's surface.
    First water in ringwoodite ever found hints at oceans in Earth’s mantle
    The first ringwoodite that contains water ever found by man was reported by Graham Pearson, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Arctic Resources at the University of Alberta, and colleagues in the March 12, 2014, edition of the journal Nature...
  • Pompeii
    Pompeii: If the Romans don't get ya, the volcano will
    Pompeii: “PG-13” (1 hour, 38 Minutes)Starring: Kit Harington, Emily Browning, Jessica Lucas, Kiefer Sutherland, Jared HarrisDirected by: Paul W.S. AndersonWith the growing popularity of TV shows like Game of Thrones and Spartacus: War...
  • Virtual tour of Pinnacles National Park
    Pinnacles: Our newest National Park
    Pinnacles National Park will be celebrating its first birthday on Jan. 10, 2014. Located in central California, south of San Francisco, in the Gabilan Mountains of California’s Coast Ranges, the park was originally designated a National...
  • El Salvador Volcano
    El Salvador volcano: Active volcano spews her top, prompting evacuations
    An El Salvador volcano erupted on Sunday, spewing hot ash three miles into the air and creating an enormous gas plume. The Chaparrastique volcano, El Salvador’s most active lava mountain, has not had a significant eruption since 1976, though...
  • El Salvador
    El Salvador volcano: Chaparrastique volcano erupts
    A volcano in El Salvador has erupted and is currently spreading black ash into the air. Reuters reports on Dec. 29 that officials have started evacuations in areas considered too close to the volcano and have set up shelters. The Chaparrastique...
  • Three earthquakes shook Wyoming Sunday
    Three earthquakes shook Wyoming Sunday
    Three earthquakes shook Wyoming Sunday, 8 December. The three ranged from a 3.2 to a 4.2. None were very deep. The first two were just 14km ESE of Hoback. The last one was 14 miles E of Hoback.Hoback is a small town located along Route 89 by Snake...