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Recent Volcanic Activity

Several volcanoes have erupted in the past few months - two in Chile (Chaiten and Llaima) and one in Alaska (Okmok). At any given time, approximately 20 to 50 volcanoes are active worldwide (depending on the definition of "active"). Collected here are photos of volcanic events from the the past several years, seen from many angles, including low Earth Orbit. (15 photos total)

In this photo released by Sernageomin-Onemi, Lava explodes from the Llaima volcano, one of Chile's most active volcanoes, in Cherquenco, Chile, early Thursday, July 10, 2008. The 9,400-foot (3,120-meter) volcano grew more dangerous after activity had decreased in recent days.(AP Photo/Sernageomin-Onemi)
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140 comments so far...
1.

just ... wow !

Posted by HaarNhoo July 16, 08 12:06 PM
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I was waiting for this update all day. Those pictures from the Space station are incredible.

Posted by Tru July 16, 08 12:07 PM
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As usual, very good photos! But, there isn't the Mount Etna, an active volcano on the east coast of Sicily, close to Messina and Catania. Its Arabic name was Jebel Utlamat (the Mountain of Fire). It is the largest active volcano in Europe, currently standing 3,329 m (10,924 ft) high, though it should be noted that this varies with summit eruptions.

Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and is in an almost constant state of eruption. http://is.gd/UWA

Posted by David LT July 16, 08 12:13 PM
4.

The final image makes me think of a steam powered submarine. ;-)

Posted by Jeremiah July 16, 08 12:23 PM
5.

I continue to be amazed every time I come here. Unbelievably great photos. They are worth a thousand words and more.

Posted by Lynn July 16, 08 12:32 PM
6.

Daily delight. Cheers guys !

Posted by Gab le Globule July 16, 08 12:41 PM
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You might enjoy the many galleries from the Montserrat Volcano Observatory at http://www.mvo.ms/gallery.htm

Posted by David Traver Adolphus July 16, 08 12:46 PM
8.

Someone call Al Gore, quick!

Posted by FearOfAWarmPlanet July 16, 08 12:47 PM
9.

Picture 8 of Mt. Augustine is the reason people invent religions.

Posted by idahogie July 16, 08 12:55 PM
10.

These are wonderful. Thank you!

The Mt. Saint Helens Cam has live images that are clear and crisp and 1024x768 resolution. It's a beautiful shot of the volcano. There are also archived pictures of its recent dome creation.

http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/

Posted by Ian July 16, 08 12:55 PM
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The Power is amazing. Kind of a ironic picture of those 2 soldiers just going for a swim with an erupting volcano a few miles behind them. http://www.letutor.com - tempe, az spanish classes

Posted by Spanish Classes July 16, 08 01:02 PM
12.

As always.. these photos are incredible ! I love this site :)
Just a little request: can you add numbers before the text under every image ? This way we can talk about them without counting everytime when someone say anything about an image (like my friend just before me)

Posted by netsuo July 16, 08 01:06 PM
13.

Look at all of that CO2.
Human caused? I don't think so. Eat your heart out Al Gore.

I love the shots from space station. Incredible!

Posted by Garrett July 16, 08 01:08 PM
14.

Beautiful collection of images.

Posted by Simon Christen July 16, 08 02:01 PM
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Phenomenal shots. It's amazing to see how far the ash plumes extend from the eruptions. The space photos really show the scale of the plumes.
http://ericstoller.com/blog/

Posted by Eric Stoller July 16, 08 02:01 PM
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All I can say is WOW! WOW!

Posted by Leter Davis July 16, 08 02:07 PM
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A simple Google search will turn up dozens of results and papers showing that humans generate 150 times as much Co2 as volcanoes.

Posted by tim July 16, 08 02:17 PM
18.

Amazing!!! Best volcano pics that I've seen so far .... looking forward for more!

Posted by Godwin July 16, 08 02:48 PM
19.

I just LOVE this blog !

best discovery in years !

Posted by Anonymous July 16, 08 02:59 PM
20.

Some seem so simple they can't see past Al Gore, oh so it appears

Posted by Charlie July 16, 08 03:28 PM
21.

amazing shots, as usual!

Posted by Cee Bee July 16, 08 03:32 PM
22.

Fantastique, merci ! Fantastic, thanks!

Posted by jcmoriaud/France July 16, 08 04:08 PM
23.

Since we can't control volcanic CO2, might we try to do something about the CO2 production we can control? Who cares where it comes from or why? The effects will be the same.

Posted by Rebecca July 16, 08 04:10 PM
24.

The pictures of Mt. Augustine are incredible -- and a reminder of home, as I can see that volcano from my parents' house! Bravo as usual, Alan!

Posted by Sara Covich July 16, 08 04:38 PM
25.

Amazing, what a world this is.

Posted by Miles July 16, 08 05:38 PM
26.

You breathe it out!

Posted by mdmbkr July 16, 08 06:14 PM
27.

Alan, you're just plain cool ! Best damn site on the net !

Posted by Matt July 16, 08 09:07 PM
28.

Wow.

These are just amazing.

I love this site!

Thanks.

D!

Posted by Dez! July 16, 08 10:40 PM
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Posted by Superboy July 17, 08 12:03 AM
30.

I'm waiting for your updates every day !
You are the most beautiful website I've ever seen !
Congratulations !

Posted by Marc July 17, 08 01:42 AM
31.

Wow! I was 30 miles from St. Helens when it blew (luckily to the south). And these photos take me back to that incredible day!

Posted by Eric Welch July 17, 08 02:17 AM
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amazing

Posted by Ulises July 17, 08 03:55 AM
33.

Fantastic photos again!

Alex
http://www.recentnews.co.uk

Posted by Alex July 17, 08 04:10 AM
34.

Time and time again, I see fantastic pictures on this site. Kudos and Thank you.

Is there any chance to have a search-able or download-able archive of these pictures for peoples' desktops (assuming there is permission granted for full-size copies from the photographers) ?

The 8th picture in this post in particular is jaw-dropping, and I would love to have a large copy on my screen.

Let me know, thanks.

Posted by Claudio Ibarra July 17, 08 08:25 AM
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"A simple Google search will turn up dozens of results and papers showing that humans generate 150 times as much Co2 as volcanoes."

A simple Google search will also turn up thousands of results and papers proving that Elvis is still alive.

Thanks for my regular fix of fantastic photography.

Posted by Gerb July 17, 08 09:25 AM
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did thos savages swim to safetyt from the volcanos? they must be very good swimers

Posted by andy July 17, 08 10:38 AM
37.

Just here to remind you that global warming has been increased due to human activity.

It's been proven time and time again. Don't be a noob @ life.

Posted by Anti-Garret July 17, 08 11:29 AM
38.

I am so glad I found this blog. Truly a bright spot to my day.

Posted by Suzie July 17, 08 01:05 PM
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Claudio -- I tracked down picture #8 at the Alaska Volcano Observatory site. You can find an full-size image there:

http://www.avo.alaska.edu/image.php?id=9099


Posted by Mark July 17, 08 07:35 PM
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If you believe in the unproven, scientific Co2 model theory, (that's right, folks, it's only a theory), then you should believe in this scientific mass extinction theory also.

Death in the deep - Volcanoes blamed for mass extinction

Posted by John D. July 17, 08 08:55 PM
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The June 1991 eruption of Mount Pinatubo was global. Slightly cooler than usual temperatures recorded worldwide...The sulfur dioxide (SO2) in this cloud -- about 22 million tons -- combined with water to form droplets of sulfuric acid, blocking some of the sunlight from reaching the Earth and thereby cooling temperatures in some regions...
From: Description - volcanoes and weather

Just because we emit CO2 doesn't mean we are causing Global Warming. Natural processes have a much greater effect on climate than we humans do. If sunlight is blocked by ash and SO2, then there is no heat for the CO2 to trap.

BTW I LOVE THIS BLOG!!!

Posted by Ben July 18, 08 10:27 AM
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What an awesome group of photos...I wonder how these affect global warming though...a 10 mile high plume of sulfer and carbon dioxide makes my SUV seem totally insignificant.

Posted by John July 18, 08 11:43 AM
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For those who claim that it is not sure we are causing GB: We are polluting our environment and it is going to cause problems.
FYI: "These basic conclusions have been endorsed by at least thirty scientific societies and academies of science,[4] including all of the national academies of science of the major industrialized countries.[5][6][7] While individual scientists have voiced disagreement with some findings of the IPCC,[8] the overwhelming majority of scientists working on climate change agree with the IPCC's main conclusions.[9][10]" - Wikipedia - BTW - PLEASE, read the references before you post.
Thanks again Alan.

Posted by attila July 18, 08 03:43 PM
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In 1999 there were 671,358,000 motor vehicles registered worldwide. an average car emits around 200g of CO2 per KM (BMW 1 series 1,8ltrs). If I calculate with 30 kms per day average, it means 1,102 million tons of CO2 every year only by automobiles. For comparison: Volcanos emit 130 million tons every year...

Posted by attila July 18, 08 04:12 PM
45.

you should include Mount Merapi, in Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia....it is the most active volcano in Indonesia...

Posted by fisto July 19, 08 02:20 AM
46.

#36
"did thos savages swim to safetyt from the volcanos? they must be very good swimers"

I like the word savage for military people ... it gaves an other perspective !

Posted by Martin July 21, 08 11:33 AM
47.

Etna'photos are gorgeous!!!

Giò
http://pampafamily.homeip.net/photoblog/oculus/

Posted by Giò July 21, 08 11:44 AM
48.

Gorgeous. So gorgeous.

Posted by The Baltimore Babe July 21, 08 12:38 PM
49.

Ten years ago, they were saying that the Chlorine emitted by volcanos didn't reach altitudes high enough to affect the ozone layer. Now these same people are saying that the CO2 emitted by human activity is causing the temperature of the earth to climb. I think too many people have bought into the "Science of Panic".

Posted by Racefish July 22, 08 12:53 PM
50.

How do we figure out that the Bush administration caused these too.

Posted by Les July 23, 08 06:08 AM
51.

Its amazing what lies beneath the earth. The many wonders of the world. Let's all pray that the volcanoes of the world don't all erupt at the same time with fury.

Posted by Chuck Urso July 23, 08 09:23 AM
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52. Now lets see, how are we going to figure how many "carbon credits" we can squeeze out of these, oh wait, the volcanoe spilling CO2, thats just a theory.

Posted by Bill A July 24, 08 12:01 PM
53.

"Just here to remind you that global warming has been incresed due to human activity. It's been proven time &time again"

This is a very dangerous propoganda generated by a liberal media. Are you a scientist? Show me the proof!! There is none! What do you mean it has been proven. The actual scientific facts show that the planet is rapidly cooling off. And there is scientific proof to support that. As we near the end of this interglacial warm period the climate will become very wild until the cold settles in.

Folks, Al Gore is a politician. He has no scientific training or education, he just talks about his own beliefs. Don't fall for it. When the last Ice age started there was 10 times the amount of CO2 in our atmosphere than today. We know this from ancient ice samples taken from Antarctica and Greenland. Where were all the cars then?

Oh well...idiots follow idiots just on their word. Sad isn't it!

Great pics of the volcanoes. Awesome.

Posted by Marcus Moran July 24, 08 03:37 PM
54.

Beautiful photos, forget the politics and open your eyes, these volcanoes might prove that the earth heats up from within IMO. If volcanoes are bubbling under the ice caps then the oceans get warmer and ice melts. Mankind doesn't help the outcome by drilling for oil and gas and leaving great holes everywhere. Imagine if we could tap the heat and energy from the lava flows under our feet. Cheap renewable energy for heating. Lovely.
IF there was 10 times more CO2 in our atmosphere than today when the last ice age started then it must have been aided by volcanic activity. That seems to be good enough reason to monitor and try not to add to CO2 amounts now. Facinating pictures, thank you for posting them.

Posted by Kimi July 25, 08 08:43 PM
55.

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has a place for you on it's staff.........

Posted by Oh No July 27, 08 07:13 PM
56.

unbelievable that was so kool

Posted by candy July 29, 08 07:17 PM
57.

@Marcus Moran

I guess the people at Kyoto were all idiots, and there were no scientist at all, right?
I love the people who fall for media as well...

Posted by attila August 4, 08 03:52 AM
58.

These shots make me want to build a space ship to take my own snaps.

and...

Well played to poster #8, 'Someone call Al Gore, quick!', by FearOfAWarmPlanet ( a clever pun referencing Public Enemy I assume)! It's too interesting that his/her comment sparked the Global Warming topic and he/she wasn't even trolling... Jesus just laugh. To poster #53 /wrists and spare us the rhetoric.

Posted by pappaGotaBrandNewBag August 4, 08 11:37 AM
59.

Fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Anonymous August 4, 08 09:14 PM
60.

The power and the glory of gods creation.

thank you

Posted by Anonymous August 7, 08 05:52 PM
61.

thank you for sharing, GREAT PICTURES!!!!
keep it the site.....Please.

Posted by Luis Arellano August 9, 08 11:07 AM
62.

Pics are great .My first time on this site and I'm at awe to mother nature. Now, I'm really wondering why, the global warming: is it this natural phenomenon? or is it us. I believed logically, it's nature. No matter what we humans put out, nature takes care of it.

Posted by Bobby Lee August 12, 08 01:47 AM
63.

The North Pole added one half million acres of ice in the last year! Al Gore has cost this country thousands of jobs and sent trillions to the opec country's, who don't like us. When will we get our heads out of the sand!

Posted by dennis August 13, 08 01:14 AM
64.

That space photo of the smoking volcano..... just wowed me. I'm speechless.

Posted by TareX August 15, 08 05:44 PM
65.

"again proving that we mustn;t mess with Mother Nature" great pictures

Posted by Herb Martindale August 19, 08 09:25 PM
66.

God made wonderful sights, very impressive, God is powerful and greater
PRAISE GOD

Posted by Louise August 21, 08 05:31 AM
67.

OBVIOUSLY these volcanoes are caused by GLOBAL WARMING. Anyone who denies this is the moral equivalent of a NAZI!

Posted by Name August 21, 08 11:23 PM
68.

Great photos! Good post!

Posted by Andres Navarro August 22, 08 10:13 AM
69.

Mother Nature sure puts on an amazing spectacle, doesn't she? Thanks very much for the great photo collection.

Posted by Chas August 22, 08 11:45 AM
70.

@ #66 (Louise): No sky fairy was involved in creating any of these volcanoes. Trust me on that one.

Posted by Mosez August 22, 08 12:56 PM
71.

@63 dennis
"Al Gore has cost this country thousands of jobs and sent trillions to the opec country's, who don't like us."

huh? How has Al Gore sent trillions to opec?

Posted by nick August 22, 08 03:04 PM
72.

"We expect [emmisions] warm our world because we already KNOW that the naturally occurring greenhouse effect is the only thing that warms our world enough to keep it from freezing over.

Thus, if we strengthen the greenhouse effect further, we should expect the world to warm up even more.

Further proof comes from Venus, where we KNOW that a far stronger greenhouse effect turns the planet into a veritable hell. Is there any possibility that we could keep dumping gases into the atmosphere WITHOUT it EVENTUALLY causing our planet to warm up? No. Period."

Posted by Anonymous August 24, 08 03:29 PM
73.

CO2 concentrations.

400,000 years ago: 280 ppm
350,000 years ago: 210 ppm
115,000 years ago: 280 ppm
40,000 years ago: 200 ppm
1750 AD: 280 ppm

2008: 360 ppm

From Jeffrey Bennett, astrobiologist


Posted by my friend bill August 24, 08 03:34 PM
74.

i jus

Posted by anjali September 8, 08 10:15 AM
75.

If you think the soldiers swimming in front of Rabaul is blase, there is a famous picture of some West Indian guys playing cricket in front of a pyroclastic flow in the background, on the island of Montserrat when it erupted in 1997!

Posted by John, Geologist September 10, 08 04:28 AM
76.

The picture's were great. How do they get the real life picture's and get out quickly?

Posted by Amanda Pacynski September 11, 08 10:03 PM
77.

wow they are well smokey!!!

Posted by Anonymous September 26, 08 03:40 PM
78.

I'm amazed by the pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Duke October 1, 08 07:12 PM
79.

Maravilhoso .. a força da natureza sempre nos surpreende.

Posted by edy Lopes October 4, 08 10:24 PM
80.

SOOOOOOOO COOOOOOOOOOOL

Posted by CASSY October 7, 08 09:34 PM
81.

amazing!

Posted by Anonymous October 11, 08 02:58 AM
82.

The world is more worried about global warming and the volcanos erupting than about the lives that are at stake. Those pictures are incredible but do you understand that those"savages" are actual human beings created by God and instead of calling the pictures amazing and the people "savages" maybe we should help those people. The people must be helped and it seems wrong that nobody mentioned how sad it is that those people's livelihoods are now being destroyed. We should stop complaining about the global warming issue and more about the lives at stake. More importantly why in the world are we saying Mother Nature, who doesnt exist,caused this. God created this in 7 days and the Bible was written by people who lived then and know more about that time period. Scientists can only find logic and that logic provides no hope and no purpose to us. If scientists were right then the whole world would be "savages". The Bible is true therefore nobody but God created it and evelution is not true. Prove me wrong or prove me never.

Posted by Everglade1 October 13, 08 07:14 PM
83.

these pics are awesome!!!!!!! itslike you are there looking at them explode!!!!!

Posted by lil" t October 21, 08 11:18 PM
84.

wow when i first seen those pictures i was so scared and i just could not not look at it but its natruls where people get scared and they gets so much a fright from seein those volcanoes and they also know and guess what i said that .

Posted by larissa November 4, 08 11:19 PM
85.

I am a first timer to this kind of satellite images. There is a lot to admire & learn

Posted by KVA kutty November 7, 08 11:42 AM
86.

wow its see to horrible i am never seen this pictures yet i am see the first time ever.

Posted by shanur November 9, 08 10:40 AM
87.

Wonderful! Gives us more.

Posted by mfon November 12, 08 03:20 AM
88.

oh my god! amazinggg

Posted by mariah phillips November 14, 08 01:29 PM
89.

Response to comment #34, Claudio. If you right click on the photo and go to "set as background" you will have your picture on your desktop!

They sure are amazing!

Posted by Lynne November 14, 08 02:19 PM
90.

awsom,esssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss

Posted by christian November 18, 08 03:15 PM
91.

Perfect job,
tkank you,
could I use these pictures for my student education (in geography)?
Marian Rybansky

Posted by Anonymous November 21, 08 05:36 AM
92.

WOW! Look at those volcanoes erupting! Hate to live there though....

Posted by Matt November 24, 08 10:03 PM
93.

WELL I AM SORRY BECAUSE THEY ARE SOME BAD VOLCANOES

Posted by JA MAAL November 29, 08 07:29 PM
94.

This is sooooooooo pretty

Posted by Anonymous December 10, 08 07:55 PM
95.

I have a project on volcanoes, and these photoes are a lot of help!

Posted by Dottie January 1, 09 04:06 PM
96.

very interesting

Posted by alex January 2, 09 03:18 PM
97.

#gasp# OMG

Posted by Anonymous January 3, 09 10:08 AM
98.

that was allsome amd cooliest ting i ever seen

Posted by mariah January 9, 09 02:03 PM
99.

wooooooooooooooooooooooow thats amzing thanks

Posted by Anonymous January 10, 09 10:19 AM
100.

wow grabe the best picture!!!!makaka2long 2 sa project ko thanksss hahh!!!

Posted by jessica January 17, 09 02:37 AM
101.

Wow..........Those volcanos are realy cool!!! I would like to see a volcano in person.oh! I forgot thanks for the pictures now I have a good report!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Katelyn Perez January 22, 09 05:46 PM
102.

waaw...i never seen a best volcanoes picture like this...
its so much great...amazing !!!

Posted by Anonymous January 27, 09 03:53 AM
103.

waaw...i never seen a best volcanoes picture like this...
its so much great...amazing !!!

Posted by deva January 27, 09 03:54 AM
104.

My 5 year old daughter Nima asked me to look at volcanos,with every picture we let out an OOOOOHHH,AAAAAHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!! All I can say is AMAZING! Our favorite was #11 Can you see the face in the smoke?AMAZING!

Posted by Kelly and Nima January 27, 09 05:50 PM
105.

wow how amazing these are i love this site

Posted by Anonymous January 28, 09 12:18 AM
106.

the pics are really very cool... no other site has such good pics...

Posted by Aishwarya Roy February 8, 09 04:52 AM
107.

i love volacano's!:D

Posted by VINCENT LAGASPI February 10, 09 07:45 PM
108.

It seems like you guys are more concerned with the pix than what's really going on with this planet. Here it is Feb. of 2009, and the volcanos seem to be waking up all over the world. I know its a living thing, this planet, but it just seems like a whole lot more volcanos than before.

Posted by cheryl H. February 16, 09 12:32 PM
109.

cool

Posted by jess February 21, 09 01:39 PM
110.

that was one of the most coolest times of my life!!!!...

Posted by Anonymous February 26, 09 11:11 AM
111.

wow

Posted by Anonymous March 6, 09 01:03 PM
112.

Dangerously nice natural event !

Posted by Anwar Hossain March 20, 09 05:11 AM
113.

If Hell is in the center of the earth and if we keep inviting demons out to be with us instead of commanding them to go back into hell where they belong, would this be a sign that sin is becoming more prevalant in our world? Just thought I'd throw out a theoretical question. Interesting!!!

Posted by Michael Joyce March 23, 09 04:17 PM
114.

Very good pictures

They are interesting

:D

Posted by shannon taylor March 25, 09 07:19 AM
115.

wow

Posted by brittany March 25, 09 01:17 PM
116.

Mother Earth is just doing what she has done for millions of years. Now I understand how thick and heavy the plume is and why so many people suffer down wind from it. Amazing pictures to see so I will share the site with my family. Thank you.

Posted by Linda Flores March 26, 09 01:41 AM
117.

VOLCANOES !

Posted by Sam Perkins April 1, 09 06:09 PM
118.

Stunning pics. I'll be recommending this site to everyone.

Posted by Mahdji April 11, 09 05:58 PM
119.

OMG! These photos are ssooo cool...

Posted by THUMPY April 19, 09 02:34 AM
120.

Beautiful pictures -- kind of makes you wish you were there to see it. Only thing I would like to have seen added is the length of these clouds of ash -- must be hundreds of miles. As far as Al Gore and the other idiots screaming about Global Warming - bring your butts up here in Northern Michigan in February -- I'll show you exactly what Global Warming is - HAHAHA!!!

Posted by Tom April 24, 09 07:32 AM
121.

i didn't find what i wanted

Posted by stunna April 25, 09 12:49 PM
122.

I love your imiages of those volcanoes.There so interesting. The best one i like is YOON S. BYUN. I THINK YOU SHOULD PUT MORE PIC IF YOU WANT ME TO LOOK AT THEM MORE OFTEN. THEY WERE SUPER ASOME PICTURES YOU KNOW. ITS LIKE OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AND YET I DIDN'T FIND WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR.BY BY !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Prisilla Reyes April 30, 09 12:43 AM
123.

this is such a cool web site

Posted by Anonymous May 6, 09 03:32 PM
124.

why dont u put earthquakes events 2

Posted by Anonymous May 8, 09 03:55 AM
125.

hats off to the person who uploaded this

Posted by big 50cent May 11, 09 09:58 AM
126.

There is no doubt that we can do more to clean the air. I also think Global Warming is real... it started about 10,000 or more years ago. Where I live, there was an ice sheet 3,000 feet thick not that long ago. Would I rather have a temperature .6 degrees higher than 10 years ago, or would I want an ice sheet a mile thick?

But lets go after the really big polluters... China, India, and most of the 3rd world. Remember it's Global, not just the US. Lets restrict our dollars unless these other countries can get to our standards.

Posted by Iowa Farm Boy May 21, 09 10:05 AM
127.

wow coooool pics i have ever see such amazing pics

Posted by aradhya jain June 5, 09 01:09 AM
128.

Truley a natural wonder showing the power and forces of nature on our beautiful planet. Something to be respected. An experience even more so of a wonder wheen witnessed daily from your home town Rabaul. If you haven't lived it, the adrenaline and respect for devistation that they can bestow. Awesome pictures.

Posted by Skez June 25, 09 12:00 PM
129.

wow

Posted by Anonymous September 9, 09 12:33 PM
130.

there could be more pictures of different volcanoes as i could only copy 7 for my homework.

Posted by Jamie S September 14, 09 12:33 PM
131.

To number 67...
Have you ever been in geography? What are you, an idiot?
Volcanoes are NOT the result of global warming. Quite the opposite; they are natures creations and are caused by the moving plates of the Earth and the convectional currents in the mantle (the hot, magma filled area beneath the plates)
Go learn something.


On a happier note (n=maybe not so for the people they killed) these photos are awesome!
Those people must be very brave :D

Posted by Anna September 16, 09 11:43 AM
132.

these are the most exteme valcanic valcanoes i have ever seen.i wish I could see a valcano in real life.if i saw a valcano in real life i would see mt. augestine. If you saw a valcano in real life, which one would you see.these valcano pics are tobeler,if you don't know what that means it means that it is cool.my sister said "these valcano pics are cool".well i say they are active.do you know what a summit is,the highest point of a mt,valcano.a crater is the circle in the valcano.never go in a valcano because it is very hot and steamy,well thats what my friend said.i think valcanoes are very cooooooooool

Posted by samantha,lindsey,mac and emily September 27, 09 01:11 AM
133.

volcans can be very danger because a lot of people can die from all that ash in the air and you can't breath

Posted by Brittney Belin September 29, 09 05:44 PM
134.

These pictures are really well taken!

Posted by Haj October 4, 09 01:10 PM
135.

this site is so incredible!! like u dont even know how awesomeeeeeeeee it is. OMG I LOVE THIS SITE!!! IT ROCKSSS. nice quality pictures.

Posted by ilyvolcanos October 20, 09 01:33 PM
136.

i love this site it is awsome although all of those pics are really cool i like the one were it shows the pic from outer space and it shows the ash cloud all the way across the sea

Posted by michael jackson October 26, 09 10:39 AM
137.

gooood photos

Posted by ferrah November 3, 09 08:53 PM
138.

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Posted by g.pastura February 6, 10 12:19 PM
139.

the one in a life time pic magic magic

Posted by mark davis April 23, 10 07:09 PM
140.

You'll have plenty more pic opportunities in 2011. Just follow the ring of fire.

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