Eruptions! A rocky guide to our planet's most dangerous volcanoes
What's on at the University of Plymouth: Eruptions! A rocky guide to our planet's most dangerous volcanoes. University of Plymouth, 6 January 2020.
Video game to help islanders understand volcano's power
Plymouth University news: The inhabitants of a Caribbean island will soon be able to learn more about the volcano which towers over their homes thanks to a video game created at Plymouth University
Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group Conference 2020
Whats' on at the University of Plymouth: Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group Conference 2020. 56th annual meeting of the Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group. Plymouth, 7-9 January 2019.
Study attributes varying explosivity to gaseous state within volcanoes
Plymouth University news: The varying scale and force of certain volcanic eruptions are directly influenced by the levels of gaseous matter within magma inside a volcano’s conduit, according to a new study led by Plymouth University
Natural hazards: volcanoes
Find out more about volcano research at University of Plymouth
Building resilience to natural hazards
University of Plymouth: Building resilience to natural hazards at the University of Plymouth.
Active tectonics and geohazards
University of Plymouth: Centre for Research in Earth Sciences (CRES). Active tectonics and geohazards.
Did highest known sea levels create the iconic shape of Mount Etna?
After scientists revealed Mount Etna is slowly sliding into the Mediterranean Sea, research by Professor Iain Stewart from the University of Plymouth suggests the sea may have played a major role in the development of its iconic shape