Utah’s famous bridges and spires hum with a deep, earthly music, just below the threshold of human perception.
New research finds adaptation of ports to sea level rise cheap compared to new construction needed to keep up with growing maritime trade.
A colossal volcanic eruption at Santorini, Greece, 3,600 years ago sent the island’s Bronze Age population fleeing for their lives. Where did the people go?
Global environmental calamity followed the death of Caesar. The source may have been a volcano in Sicily.
Third Pod from the Sun talks with volcanologist John Ewert, a founder of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Volcano Disaster Assistance Program.
Past climate change likely motivated human migrations.