Japan's devastating 9.0 earthquake in 2011 has dangerously increased the pressure beneath Mount Fuji, an active volcano. Continue reading →
The volcano's supply of semi-molten rock, or magma, starts 50 miles below the Earth. Continue reading →
If you're not feeling the heat in Brazil, maybe it's time to weigh in on a more explosive competition.
A satellite orbiting six miles above the Congo could warn a million nearby residents of an eruption. Continue reading →
A newly discovered underwater peak, called Ka'ena volcano, brings Oahu island's volcano count to three, up from two.
Mount St. Helens is nowhere near another eruption, but new magma is rising underground, heaving the volcano upward and outward.
The youngest volcanoes on the East Coast share an unusual geological link with islands on the opposite side of the Atlantic Ocean.
The coldest place on Earth is also one of the rare spots where a roiling lava lake offers a window into the heart of a volcano.
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