This ice-covered Icelandic volcano may emit more carbon dioxide than all of the country’s other volcanoes combined | Science

USGS/NASA Landsat information Despite being mainly smothered by a glacier averaging 200 meters thick, one of Iceland’s biggest and most active volcanoes still handles to belch remarkably big amounts... Read more »

How scientists can be sure that Kilauea won’t turn into the next Mount St. Helens

Since Kilauea began its most current eruptive stage, with cracks of lava opening in a community on the Hawaiian volcano’s flank, individuals worldwide have actually been enthralled by the... Read more »