Ice Age volcano spewing methane discovered on Arctic seabed
"Exploring the seabed and discovering new methane insights is like finding hidden treasures," said expedition leader Stefan Buenz.
Texas sinkhole now over 1,000 feet wide as residents prepare to flee
The sinkhole first formed in Daisetta in 2008, swallowing cars and telephone poles, before staying dormant for 15 years.
Florida Burmese pythons have decimated their prey and looking for more
The invasive species may start expanding further north from the Everglades as their population continues to explode.
No, the Turkey earthquake didn't shift the entire country 10 feet
Some on social media are saying the whole country has "moved" since the 7.8 magnitude quake hit the region on Monday. Scientists explain what really happened.
The deadliest earthquakes in history
Over 11,000 people have been killed in a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey and Northern Syria on Monday. Some past earthquakes have been even deadlier.
California: Magnitude 4.3 earthquake hits near Eureka, Humboldt County
The shallow earthquake is the latest in a string of recent temblors rumbling through the state
Yellowstone eruption simulation report to reveal plan if volcano blows
The last eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano was about 70,000 years ago; no one knows for sure when the sleeping giant will next wake up.
Invasive black carp now "sustaining on their own" in the Mississippi River
Black carp originally came to the U.S. from east Asia in the 1970s, spreading into the Mississippi River basin in the decades since.
Raging Mauna loa lava river filmed flowing from volcano like a fiery snake
The Mauna Loa eruption map shows lava flowing towards one of the island's major highways.
Videos show Semeru volcano erupt, spewing hot ash as thousands flee
Authorities evacuated nearly 2,000 people on Sunday after the eruption spewed ash into the air.
Mauna Loa eruption map shows where lava flow is heading on Hawaii
A map produced by the USGS shows how the first 24 hours of the volcano's eruption has progressed and where it is heading to next.
"Gnarly, beautiful…an island that's alive": Watch lava flow from Mauna Loa
Shantell Walker Otare told Newsweek some people in the southern parts of Hawaii's Big Island have started to self evacuate after the volcano erupted.
Mauna Loa eruption on Hawaii's Big Island filmed from space
Satellite images show a cloud of volcanic ash and gas pouring out of the volcano as it erupts.
Mauna Loa lava flow eruption map as active volcano bursts into life
Mauna Loa, the world's largest active volcano—standing at more than 13,000 feet above sea level—had not erupted since 1984.
The last time Mauna Loa erupted, lava flowed from the volcano for 21 days
The world's largest volcano has started to erupt. What lessons can we learn from last time?
Mauna Loa update: Layer of ash from eruption expected to hit residents
The world's biggest active volcano started erupting on Sunday and the USGS is now warning people to stay indoors.
Mauna Loa webcam: Watch world's biggest volcano erupt on livestream
Webcams on the northern rim of Mokuʻāweoweo show lava flows pouring from the volcano, as Hawaii authorities tell residents to prepare for ash to drop down.
A million migrating birds expecting Kansas wetlands will find dust
"We are 100 percent dry," Jason Wagner, wildlife area manager of the Cheyenne Bottoms, said of the drought that has hit the region.
Yellowstone Volcano Area Hit by Biggest Earthquake for 5 Years
The magnitude 4.2 earthquake hit about 20 miles from the north-east entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
What Magma Moving Beneath Oregon Volcano Tells Us About Future Eruptions
Scientists have previously said changes in uplift caused by magma could indicate a future eruption.
Here's What Causes a Sonic Boom And Why It's Not an Earthquake
A sonic boom can bring about some of the seismic qualities of an earthquake, but there are some key differences between the two events.
People Trapped in Cable Cars After Mexico Earthquake Rocks Country
Cable cars in Mexico's capital—more than 200 miles from the quake's epicenter in Acapulco—could be seen swaying violently.
Yellowstone Has Most Earthquakes Since 2017 in 'Doozy' of a July
Scientists detected more than 1,000 earthquakes during the month, including a swarm of at least 764 below Yellowstone Lake.
Boulders Plummet Onto California Highway After 6.0 Magnitude Earthquake
The quake hit parts of Antelope Valley, California, near the state's border with Nevada.
'Mysterious' Bird Illness Prompts Bird Feeder Warning From Officials
Sick and dying birds with eye swelling and "crusty discharge" have been documented in several states, including Kentucky, where the latest warning was issued.
'Significant' Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Hits Alaska
The 6.1 magnitude earthquake hit around 45 miles north of Chickaloon, according to the United States Geological Survey.
Where Invasive Zebra Mussels Came From Amid Warning They Are in 21 States
A U.S. Geological Survey expert launched nationwide alerts that led to the discovery of the "destructive shellfish" in pet stores across the country—from Alaska to Florida.
Earthquake Hits Texas near Eagle Pass as State Struggles with Winter Storm
A magnitude 3.4 quake struck on the border of Texas and Mexico, with people nearby saying they felt the tremor.
Southern California Hit by Three Earthquakes in a Single Day
The tremors took place in regions siting on the San Andreas Fault, an 800-mile area of the state known for its turbulent tectonic activity.
Time-Lapse Film Shows Boiling Lake Inside Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano Growing
The lake, which appeared after the eruptions in 2018, is expected to reach up to 230 feet in depth.