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Laser Focus:
A ~100 micron diameter, quartz-hosted rhyolite melt inclusion from the 1314 CE Kaharoa eruption, from Mt. Tarawera, Ōkataina Caldera, situated in the Taupō Volcanic Zone of New Zealand.
Image by Dr Hannah Elms, taken with a microscope camera.
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Short List:
A group of scientists stand on the crater rim of Erta Ale (Ethiopia), backlit by the red glow of the volcano’s lava lake.
Image by Guenter Guni (iStock/guenterguni) Photo ID 168518101, taken with a Nikon D700 digital camera.
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2022

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Flash Bang:
A volcanic plume punches through the clouds during the June 2019 eruption of Raikoke in the Kuril Islands.
Astronaut photograph ISS059-E-119250, captured from the International Space Station by a member of the Expedition 59 crew. Image provided by the ISS Crew Earth Observations Facility and the Earth Science and Remote Sensing Unit, Johnson Space Center.
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Art of Glass:
Bubbles growing in obsidian under an oxy-propane torch flame.
Photograph by Fabian Wadsworth. Flame work was performed by Zoe Garner, an artist and flame-working glass tutor and artist in residence at the University of Sunderland and the National Glass Centre.
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Pilot Study:
In-conduit gas-segregation explains hybrid explosive-effusive activity at Mount Veniaminof volcano.
Image ID: UAF-1970-11-108 is from the collection, "San Francisco Call-Bulletin, Aleutian Islands Photographs, 1942--1948'' of the University of Alaska Fairbanks Digital Archive, and is used with permission from the Elmer E. Rasmuson Library, University of Alaska Fairbanks, AK, USA.
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Vent Flux:
Repeat imaging yields insights into Stromboli's ever-changing vent morphology.
Original image credit Erwan Hesry [2017].
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Fireside Tales:
Study highlights that previous experience of volcanic eruptions influences residents' propensity to evacuate in the event of hazardous volcanic activity.
Original image credit Jacob Travers [2020].
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A Bubbling Cauldron:
Laboratory measurements of lava rheology give us a window into the lava lakes of the Congo.
Original image credit Benoît Smets [2020].
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Anak Krakatau collapses:
Remote sensing has proven vital for understanding pre- and syneruptive volcanic processes at Anak Krakatau in the Sunda Strait.
Original image credit: European Union [2019], contains modified Copernicus Sentinel imagery, processed by Annamaria Luongo/SpaceTec Partners.
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Hybrid explosive-effusive activity at Cordón Caulle volcano:
Eruption and emplacement conditions can have a profound effect on how magma geochemically interacts with its environment.
Original image © C. Ian Schipper 2019. Distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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Quantitative volcanology in the classroom:
Fun experiments can be used to simulate aspects of explosive volcanism. This low-cost experiment can be used to teach quantitative concepts and methods.
Original image © Chris Dalby 2018. Distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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Science behind volcanic fireworks:
Vulcanian explosion at Tungurahua volcano. Long exposure night-time photographs can be used to assess the hazard posed by volcanic ballistics.
Original image © Benjamin Bernard 2018. Distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
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