This week the focus is on eruptions past and present – Kilauea, Novarupta and volcanic hazards – with a quick look at whether it’s unusually quiet on the earthquake front.
This week there are two strongly contrasting volcanic eruptions in the news – Kilauea in Hawaii, and Guatemala’s dramatic and devastating Fuego.
The eruption at Kilauea is ongoing and everyone’s talking about it. But how much of what they’re saying is correct?
There’s still plenty to talk about on Hawaii, both what’s happened at Kilauea, and what might happen. There’s also a lot to learn from Antarctica’s ice sheets.
It’s all about America this week – mainly Hawaii, but California and Yellowstone get a look in, too.
This week’s article looks at animals and earthquakes, the ongoing eruption of Kilauea and the seismic clues to North Korea’s nuclear program.
This week’s digest looks at Hurricane Harvey, increased intensity of winter storms and historic submarine landslides.
Large-scale processes such as continental drift and erosion of mountains have significant effects upon our planet.
This week the geoscience roundup looks at landslides, coastal forests and the recent history of the Antarctic ice sheet.
The Earth’s past helps us to understand its future – as examples from salt deposits, lake deposits and atmospheric measurement demonstrate.