Volcanoes: A Beginner's Guide, by Rosaly Lopes
Kilauea's putting on a dangerous show
Happy Fourth of July from Kilauea! The volcano's putting on a spectacular show for us—come see!
Here's your one-stop Kilauea BS detector
It's beginning to look a lot like flash flood season everywhere we go! Catch up on the news and find out how to survive right here.
Hawaii isn't the only island where fissures open and swallow civilization. Read about a much more spectacular eruption in Iceland.
Acidic clouds rise from the water—what are they, and how dangerous can they be?
In volcano country, there may not be a tomorrow
The lava drama unfolds in Leilani Estates
Take a voyage on the Beagle and investigate a very special type of basalt with Charles Darwin himself
Hawaii's most active volcano opens a new fissure and drives people from their homes
History and geology meet in one truly sublime read
We don't review enough children's books around here. I'm changing that in the most explosive, dramatic way possible.
A picturesque waterfall tells a heated geologic story
April Fools' Day falls on Easter this year, which gives us the perfect opportunity to check out a rock that looks like an egg and can fool you into thinking it's nothing special—until you look inside!
The remains of a monumental eruption blanket the Oregon landscape
Our Pioneering Women in the Geosciences series continues with one of the most influential women in the Earth sciences
International Women's Day is March 8. Celebrate women in the geosciences with us!
The damage to our National Park Service will be catastrophic if Trump gets his way
Human reactions to the forces of nature have made New Orleans one of the most unnatural cities in the world. How long can we hold the line?