Hosted bySusannah Wilson

Curated byJorge Patino, Hark Editor

8 CLIPS33 MINS
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What Are Volcanoes?

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Co-hosts Jeanna Bryner and Mindy Weisberger explain what volcanoes are and the different kinds of volcanoes that we can find on Earth.
What Are Volcanoes?

Life's Little Mysteries

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The Rise of Pele, the Volcano Goddess

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On 'Stuff to Blow Your Mind,' hear about the rise of Pele, the Hawaiian volcano goddess, and how she shaped the native Hawaiians’ understanding and relationship with these geological formations.
The Rise of Pele, the Volcano Goddess

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

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A Day in Pompeii

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In the year 79 AD, the Roman city of Pompeii was buried by 20 feet of volcanic ash and pumice. In this episode of 'History Extra Podcast,' historian and classicist Daisy Dunn goes over what happened in Pompeii soon after Mount Vesuvius’ eruption.
A Day in Pompeii

History Extra podcast

5 MINS
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Flood Basalt Eruptions & Mass Extinction Events

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There have been five great mass extinctions on Earth’s history. And although we may know what caused some of them, others still remain a mystery. Learn about what flood basalt eruptions are and how they could be linked to great mass extinctions.
Flood Basalt Eruptions & Mass Extinction Events

In Our Time: Science

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The Haze Famine: A Volcano's Effect on the World

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Host Ramtin Arablouei and Rund Abdelfatah explore how Laki’s eruption affected the weather and food supplies around the world.
The Haze Famine: A Volcano's Effect on the World

Throughline

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The Largest Eruption in Recorded History

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On 'Everything Everywhere,' host Gary Arendt details how after centuries of being inactive, Mount Tambora exploded in the largest volcanic eruption in recorded history.
The Largest Eruption in Recorded History

Everything Everywhere Daily

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Chasing Lava in La Palma

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On 'FT Weekend,' travel writer Mark Stratton describes what it’s like to chase down the live erupting volcano in La Palma with a lava chaser.
Chasing Lava in La Palma

FT Weekend

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Why Is the Pacific Northwest Screwed?

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In this episode from 'Ologies,' volcanologist Jess Phoenix explains to host Ali Ward why Mount Rainier is bound to erupt in the next 100 years or less, and why people in the Pacific Northwest should be concerned.
Why Is the Pacific Northwest Screwed?

Ologies with Alie Ward

1 MIN

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8 CLIPS33 MINS

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