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A podcast about volcanoes hosted by Dr. Erik Klemetti and Dr. Janine Krippner. Each month we'll talk about eruptions going on around the world, banter about volcano research and talk to a guest about the world of magma (and other stuff, too).
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In this episode, Janine and I banter about volcanoes not on this planet. We talk to Dr. Jacob Richardson (NASA Goddard) about all things extraterrestrial when it comes to volcanoes, including Martian volcanism, just how big eruptions can get on other planets and moons, volcanoes of ice and the future for exploration of volcanics not on Earth. This is Part 6 of a special mini-series on Volcanology Basics for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode PageSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
In this episode, Janine and I banter about how volcanoes can impact climate. We'll talk about what comes out of volcanoes during big volcanic eruption, the role of aerosols like sulfur dioxide have on the atmosphere. Then we tackle the impact of some large volcanic eruptions on global temperatures. We wrap up with why volcanoes are not the cause of current climate change. This is Part 5 of a special mini-series on Volcanology Basics for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode PageSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
In this episode, Janine and I don't do much bantering. Instead, we interview Dr. Seth Moran, the Scientist in Charge of the USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver, WA. Hear about the hazards in the Cascades, how the USGS watches the volcano and how Dr. Moran ended up as the leader of CVO. This is Part 4 of a special mini-series on Volcanology Basics for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode PageSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
In this episode, Janine and I banter about the volcanoes of South America. Then we get into Plinian eruptions, how calderas are formed, what happens during a massive eruption and ignimbrites (one of Erik's favorite volcanologic words). This is Part 3 of a special mini-series on Volcanology Basics for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode Page (with slides and other info)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
In this episode, Janine and I banter about the volcanoes of Europe. Then we get into the types of signs volcanologists watch when monitoring a volcano, including earthquakes, gases, deformation and more. This is Part 2 of a special Volcanology mini-series for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode Page (with slides and other info)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
In this episode, Janine and I banter about the basics of volcanic eruptions: what controls how they erupt, what kinds of volcanoes exist and what are some of the main styles of eruptions that volcanologists use to describe volcanic activity. This is Part 1 of a special Volcanology mini-series for anyone to use during the Great Hiatus.Episode Page (with slides and other info)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
Your hosts: Erik Klemetti and Janine KrippnerIn this episode, we banter about earthquakes along the Adriatic Sea, the potentially-rising unrest at New Zealand's White Island, and the 2nd anniversary of the Agung eruption. Then we talk pyroclastic flows and lava domes with Dr. Paul Ashwell. We discuss his research in New Zealand, Chile and beyond. We speculate about how nasty and deadly pyroclastic flows can be, how to avoid being killed by one and how to deal with long-term volcanic threats.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
Episode #4: Very Emergency

Episode #4: Very Emergency

2019-10-1701:03:411

Your hosts: Erik Klemetti and Janine KrippnerWe banter about becoming an award-winning podcast, talk about the current volcanic around the world, and warn people not to believe all the volcanic images that they see on social media. Then we talk to Brian Terbush (Volcanic and Earthquake Project Coordinator for the Washington State Emergency Management Agency) about how to prepare for disaster, what might be in store for Washington, how to properly hide under your desk in an earthquake and what Rainier could do to Seattle and Tacoma.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
Your hosts: Erik Klemetti and Janine KrippnerWe banter about pumice rafts and why they're so cool, why bad Op-Eds in newspapers about volcanoes are not cool, the dangers of pyroclastic flows moving over water and the recent global eruption activity. We then dive into answering listener questions, including how volcanoes get names, whether there is a set pattern to volcanic activity over a volcano's life, what is the most hazardous volcano in the U.S., why anorthosite are weird and why never nuke a volcano (or hurricane).Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
Your hosts: Erik Klemetti and Janine KrippnerGuest: Mika McKinnonAn episode in which we discuss Erik's field work in Oregon, the dangers of tourism on active volcanoes, why lava lakes are so fascinating, what can (and can't) be triggered by big earthquakes and what the connections might be between earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. We also chat with Mika McKinnon about her path into geosciences, hazards posed by earthquakes and what you should do about them, what puppies might have to do with earthquake aftershocks and why you shouldn't lick molten lava.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
Your hosts: Erik Klemetti and Janine KrippnerGuest: Dr. Michael Poland, USGS - Scientist in Charge of the Yellowstone Volcano ObservatoryAn episode in which we discuss why we started a volcano podcast, banter about the activity around the planet for June, reminisce about the 2009 Sarychev Peak eruption and its famous ISS image, talk to Dr. Michael Poland about watching the largest caldera in North America and finally get caught up on two late-breaking eruptions at Raikoke in Russia and Ulawun in Papua New Guinea.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/popularvolcanics)
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