Lava ‘Music’ Might Explain The Eruption Rhythms of The World’s Most Active Volcano

Lava ‘Music’ Might Explain The Eruption Rhythms of The World’s Most Active Volcano

The sounds of sloshing lava are music to a volcanologist’s ears. The reverberating belches and burps can help reveal what’s going on deep within a volcano’s belly. Putting an ear to the Kīlauea volcano in Hawaii has allowed researchers to track the temperature of magma and the migration of volcanic gasses as they bubble to … Read more