Volcano Calendar 2020: We're proud to present our 2020 volcano calendar: 13 different and attractive images of volcanoes, volcanic landscapes and phenomena taken during volcano tours over the past two years.
The Volcano Adventure Guide: Excellent information and background for anyone wishing to visit active volcanoes safely and enjoyably. The book presents guidelines to visiting 42 different volcanoes around the world.
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Crooksbarn, Norton / MMI IV (Light shaking): Woke up by rattling doors and creaking furniture. Felt for only a few seconds.
Stockton on tees (5.3 km ENE from epicenter) / MMI II (Very weak shaking): The very shallow tremor awoke me just before 6am thought to myself i felt worse back in 2002 when i lived in Birmingham and the Dudley 4.8 hit when things really did shake about. This one was very mild.
Billingham / MMI IV (Light shaking): Woke us up, I thought my boyfriend had got the bedside table.
Volcano & eruption special tours: Tours dedicated to usually a single volcano currently in eruption. These trip, sometimes offered only last-minute through our newsletter, are among the most adventurous and most popular in our program.
Monthy earthquake reports: For each month since July 2012, we publish a summary of quake activity world-wide: find the list of largest quake, a map showing all significant quakes as well as detailed statistics on seismic activity during this time.
Volcano Special expedition: Special tour to see the ongoing eruption of Shivleuch volcano. Max 6 participants, 5 nights on location, accompanied by our team and local volcanologists. Sign up deadline Sun 24 Feb 2019!
Introduction to Plate Tectonics: The Earth's upper, rigid layer is broken into several plates which are in constant motion to one another. Most earthquakes and volcanoes occur as result of these plate boundaries.
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