Geophysicists record volcanic thunder for first time

Is it possible to predict the size of volcanic plumes, or how disruptive they may be? Some scientists are on the way to find out.

Rumblings of volcanic thunder have been recorded for the first time by geophysicists who monitored a series of violent eruptions on an island in the northern Pacific Ocean last year. Volcanic lightning, very, very frightening Read more The thunderclaps were created by lightning in the towering plumes of ash […]

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