A remote Alaska Volcano that erupted in March is again showing signs of life.
A remote Alaska volcano has settled down more than a week after it sent an ash cloud 37,000 feet into the sky.
If a volcano explodes in the remote reaches of Alaska, will anyone hear it? Seismologists working in the state say yes—after using a refined set of methods that allows them to detect and locate the airwaves generated by ...
A remote Alaska volcano rumbled and sputtered Wednesday but was no longer spewing the massive ash clouds that disrupted airline traffic earlier in the week.
A village not far from an erupting Alaska volcano urged residents to stay indoors after the mountain rained down ash, coating ground areas and turning some rooftops and car windows black.
An Alaska volcano kept pumping out new ash Tuesday that could threaten aircraft, but it came in smaller amounts at lower heights, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory.
Researchers will often go to the ends of the Earth in search of answers to the mysteries of science. Forming the Aleutian Arc in the Northern Pacific Ocean, approximately 3,400 miles from Albuquerque and the University of ...
Strong winds are whipping up loose volcanic ash from the eruption of an Alaska volcano more than a century ago.
An explosion Tuesday morning rocked Alaska's Cleveland Volcano but scientists have detected no ash cloud that could threaten jets crossing the Pacific Ocean.
An earthquake expert at the University of California, Riverside is leading a team of seismologists and volcanologists to conduct an experiment in Alaska that will record a variety of seismic events in that state. The experiment ...