"A volcanologist wearing a protective suit watches Etna erupt in 2000." Jeremy Bishop.
"Surtsey on November 30, 1963, 16 days after the begin of the eruption." Howell Williams.
“Ash clouds rise above a pyroclastic flow traveling down the Buang valley on the upper NW flank of Mayon volcano in the Philippines on September 12, 1984. The toe of the advancing pyroclastic flow is visible at the lower right. These pyroclastic flows traveled down to 100 m elevation at rates of about 20 m/sec.” Photo by Olimpio Pena.
"The town of Chantai in Chile was buried by volcanic ash and muddy lava in May 2008, when the Chaitén volcano erupted for the first time in more than 9,000 years." Javier Rubilar.
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"The geology of Silfra and the Þingvellir valley are connected to the tectonic drift of the Eurasian and the North American plates. … Silfra, by virtue of its location in the Þingvallavatn Lake, contains clear, cold water that attracts scuba divers drawn to its high visibility and geological importance; divers are literally swimming between continents."
"Erupting tumulus creating a spectacula breakout flow (April 2007)." Kīlauea, Hawaii.
Volcano Asama, Karuizawa Japan.
Woodblock print, ca. 1935-40. Pieter Irwin Brown.
"Horses gallop in the Patagonian village of Chaitinnear the volcano with the same nameon May 4, 2008." Hector Flores.
"An erupting undersea volcano forms a new island off the coast of Nishinoshima, a small uninhabited island, in the southern Ogasawara chain of islands in this November 21, 2013 picture provided by the Japanese Coast Guard."
Kalapana, Hawaii. Bruce Omori.
Colima volcano, Mexico (color enhanced). Matti Paavola.
An aerial view of the lava lake in Pu’u O’o crater, taken Aug. 30, 1990.
J.D. Griggs, USGS.
Mother’s Day Flow from Pu`u `O`o in Hawaii. Image from the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.
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Mt. Bromo, et al, Indonesia. Helminadia Ranford