A strong earthquake shows off the value of seismic building codes, and allows the USGS to debut a valuable new tool for dealing with the aftermath
The tribe that helped the Pilgrims is fighting for their lands. Here's how to help
A short ferry ride reveals the awesome power of subduction
AA is not the answer to alcohol addiction for many secular scientists, but there are great alternatives
Once an eruption ends, the science has barely begun
Once upon a rocky planet there was the weird, the wonderful, the spooky geology!
It's Halloween season, and I've been saving up all sorts of treats for you!
"There was no time to save ourselves," survivor Dwi Haris said. The story behind the quake and tsunami no one could outrun
We begin our adventures on one of the most geologically fascinating mountains in Oregon's Coast Range
This ain't the stuff you'd find powering the grill...
A very entertaining read on how we figured out how volcanoes actually work
Have we seen the last days of Fissure 8? Or is it merely sleeping.
Kilauea's gone quiet, but is this really the end of the Lower East Rift Zone eruption?
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?