A study found in an online journal chronicles the curious case of Mount Etna's wandering craters, appearing in various spots on the volcano.
Dinosaur extinction was caused by an asteroid impact 66 million years ago that also triggered a series of volcanic eruptions, say researchers from the University of California Berkeley.
Researchers simulating volcanic eruptions in a laboratory discovered that more accurate forecasts could be made by knowing how diverse the magma was.
An 1,800-year-long trend driven by volcanic activity was brought to an end by 19th-century, human-caused global warming. Recent studies of this phenomenon question the exact role that oceans play in climate change.