Thrihnukagigur volcano (pronounced: three-nuke-a-gig-ur) is the main vent of a fissure eruption on the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwest, Iceland.
Cotopaxi volcano, Ecuador, is considered by some as the world’s highest active volcano with an elevation of 5910 m (19,388 ft) and last significant eruption (VEI 3) in 1904. A unique and hazardous
The Great Sumatran Fault is a continental strike-slip fault that cuts the island of Sumatra. The fault results from the oblique convergence between the Indo-Eurasia and Eurasian plates.
Sierra Negra is an active basaltic shield volcano located at the southern end of Isabela Island in the Galápagos Islands.
Operating and expanding the current GPS network in Panama provides a valuable data set to investigate the interaction of the Caribbean, Cocos, Nazca, and South American plates in the Panama Region
Telica volcano is considered a persistently active volcano, showing heightened rates of geophysical unrest, including high rates of seismicity and degassing.