A shallow-water oceanic model showed agreement with satellite observations of atmospheric waves produced by the eruption of the underwater volcano.
Geologically young regions of Pluto’s southern hemisphere were likely resurfaced by cryovolcanism, data from the New Horizons spacecraft reveal.
How big might future volcanic eruptions be? Crystals carry information to answer this and machine learning methods can visualize and interpret this multidimensional data.
Studying historic eruptions through a storytelling lens often improves our understanding of and ability to prepare for such events.
In our May issue of Eos, we’re seeking out innovations in volcanology.
The blast from Hunga Tonga–Hunga Ha’apai produced far-reaching ionospheric disturbances, including one with an initial speed up to 950 meters per second.
Understanding buried, hidden zones of structural weaknesses within Indonesia’s Merapi volcano can help to substantially advance our ability to predict catastrophic dome failures.
The discovery, gleaned from observations of volcanoes on four continents, could help constrain models of volcanic eruptions.
A new study has spurred further research into the impacts of soil formation on modern-day problems like heavy metal contamination in agricultural soils.
A new initiative is bringing together scientists to address fundamental questions about subduction zone geohazards, using the latest advances in observation technology and computational resources.