We Could Power the World With Volcanoes - Futurism
In Ethiopia this has enabled magma to force its way to the surface, and there are over 60 known volcanoes. Many have undergone colossal eruptions in the past, leaving behind immense craters that pepper the rift floor. Some volcanoes are still active today.
Iceland's volcanoes may be getting ready to blow - Iceland Monitor
Another volcano also undergoing expansion is Öræfajökull, a part of Vatnajökull, where Iceland's highest peak, Hvannadalshnjúkur is located. Measurements confirm this expansion which is accompanied by earthquakes. The edges of the Öræfajökull crater ...
Weatherwatch: volcanoes and their effect on winds and global weather - The Guardian
For example, the coloured skies caused by the ash thrown up by Indonesian volcano Krakatoa in 1883 were first observed close to the volcano, but moved steadily westwards, taking about 16 days for the phenomenon to travel completely around the equator.
Artificial volcanoes designed to reverse global warming could risk natural disasters, scientists warn - The Independent
Efforts are underway to reverse global warming by mimicking volcanic eruptions but such dramatic interventions should be approached with caution, according to a new study. When volcanoes erupt they spew sulphate particles into the air, cooling the ...