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Pyroclastic flows at Volcán de Fuego, Guatemala
This timelapse video of Volcán de Fuego shows a pyroclastic flow rushing down the flank of the crater.
Volcano monitoring on the next level
Volcanoes are being monitored for quite some time now. Deformational changes and seismicity can be recorded with decent accuracy. However, the link to volcanic activity has been unclear the entire time. But recent research might shed light on this matter. Let’s take a quick tour under some volcanoes. Down below When we look into the […]
Progressing ash plume of Eyjafjallajökull
In May 2010 air transportation in Europe came to a halt, when Eyjafjallajökull on Iceland erupted. Now, two years after that eruption scientist have gathered and evaluated all kinds of data how the ash plume moved through Europe. This data taken from satellites, plane and the earth can help evaluate particle dispersion better and limit […]
Dante’s Peak investigated
Dante’s Peak, one of those disaster movies that you either love or hate. Pierce Brosnan saves a dog from Old Smokey tantrum. In the role of a volcanologist we get quite a bit of action such as this scene: Now Rebecca Williams from the University of Hull has taken a closer look at the movie. […]
Fly over Bardabunga
Shock Waves on Tavurvur – Volcano Monday
The shock wave on the Tavurvur volcano in Papua New Guinea is really quite impressive!