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These scorching photos of the Kilaeua volcano are lava-ly
Photographer Miles Morgan has taken some ash-tonishing close-up snaps of the erupting Kilaeua volcano on Big Island, Hawaii. He snubbed protective gear and got just centimetres away from the volcano, enduring melting shoes and toxic gases in order to
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What the Future May Hold for El Chichón
Wired News
After yesterday’s retrospective on the 30th anniversary of the eruption of El Chichón in México, I thought I’d follow up with a bit about what is going on at the today and what the future activity might be for the volcano. For volcanoes with long
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Desktop Project Part 4: Underwater volcano in teal
Discover Magazine (blog)
I love pictures of volcanoes taken from Earth-observing satellites. I’ve posted lots of ’em, but I don’t think I’ve seen one quite like this: That is an underwater volcano that’s been erupting since October of 2011. This picture, taken by the Earth
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Discover Magazine (blog)
SpiceRoads Launches Kyushu Island Cycle Tours
This southern island is plentiful in beautiful forests, sea coasts, active volcanoes and is dotted with zen-like onsen spas for a post cycle soak. The two tours are timed to coincide with the cherry blossoms in the spring and the fall colours of autumn
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Pair of Guatemalan Volcanoes Rumble
Earthweek – A Diary of the Planet
Geologists in Guatemala warned that two of the country’s volcanoes were displaying increased signs of unrest. The National Institute of Seismology, Volcanology, Meteorology and Hydrology said that Santa Maria volcano produced 33 explosions within a
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Earthweek – A Diary of the Planet
Children win big at science fair
Imperial Valley Press
By LAURA GONZALEZ Multimedia Producer How do volcanoes work? What is the life cycle of a butterfly? Why do apples change colors when they are cut? Those were some of the questions answered by Washington Elementary School students at a science fair
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Ring’s reflections: Fun continues at Lake Atitlán
Arizona Daily Star
Three volcanoes as seen from our Lake Atitlán hotel. The lake itself fills an enormous volcanic crater. Last week I talked about my trip to Antigua, Guatemala, with Pat; this time I’ll tell you about our visit to beautiful Lake Atitlán.
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