Volcanoes can wreak havoc with our lives and even take them without warning, but to geologists keen observing how Earth regenerates its crust, they can be as educational as they are scary.
A 10,000-year-old woolly mammoth skeleton goes on auction, a super typhoon menaces the Philippines and we get two very different views of an eruption off the coast of Africa.
Engineering methods to cool the climate could rescue humanity from its inability to control greenhouse emissions. That is, if it doesn't make the situation worse.
The lava lake is forming at the top of Nyamuragira volcano in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
A volcanic eruption at Iceland's Holuhraun Lava Field is the largest since the 18th century.
Pavlof volcano, one of Alaska's most active volcanoes, erupted for the second time this year on Nov. 15.
Lava from a slow-moving flow ignited a house on Hawaii's Big Island, the first home to catch fire in a town threatened by the eruption.
Our recap this week from around the planet: A Super Typhoon menaces Alaska, a colorful remembrance of World War I, and supercooled crystals punch a hole in the sky.
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