Let's visit some dunes I have known—including some frozen in time
A serene little Pacific Northwest lake has a violent origin
Nature is a marvelous painter
Imagine the weather turning to stone...
What happens when a geologist with a Sharpie encounters wrong information on a public sign?
How can we know a foreshock is actually a foreshock?
What really happened at Mar-a-Lago on Monday—and what to do if it happens to you
The Mount Saint Helens eruptions was a scientific boon
After an earthquake, some aftershocks go on for an astonishingly long time.
According to locals, Valparaiso's 6.9 isn't worthy of being called an earthquake
The March for Science is over, but the fight for science is just getting started
Let us count the ways
You can protect our public lands. Here's how
Further adventures in volcanic photography
Shaquille O'Neal should definitely read this
On an active volcano, you can do everything right and still end up in mortal peril
Meet four fascinating geologists who made history and are forging the future
A recently retired public school educator has some reasonable requests to make of our new education secretary
We continue our exploration of the USGS photograph database. In this edition, we have some truly spectacular summer eruption photos
Call your senators this morning and tell them to vote <i>no</i> on DeVos