National Geographic Kids Everything Volcanoes and Earthquakes: Earthshaking photos, facts, and fun! By using this Web site, you confirm that you have read, understood, and agreed to be bound by the Terms of Use. Travel around the world for a firsthand look at volcanoes—perhaps the most dazzling but destructive natural force on earth. Science partners with Hollywood special effects to build the world's largest model volcano. In March 2010, the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajokul erupted and wreaked havoc in Iceland and around the world.
Discover how the colossal fury of water and ice have shaped and moulded Europe over thousands of years.
Massive volcanic eruption can turn day into night, releasing the power of an atomic blast, spewing toxic avalanches of lava, gas, and ash. This documentary includes a Yellowstone timeline of past eruptions, how Yellowstone would affect the world, and what impact will it be for the U.S.


The plan: Create a four-story-tall, 150-foot-wide volcano that can erupt and spew simulated magma and ash. Twelve months later, the film crews who were on the scene a month before the eruption, and who delivered the first eyewitness accounts following the eruption, are back in the premiere of Iceland Volcano: The Aftermath. Stromboli is an island in the Mediterranean and one of the most active volcanoes on the planet. Imagine the public's disbelief if they had been told about the existence of super floods and super volcanoes that shook the planet to its core. Climb to the top of erupting volcanoes and relive the devastation caused by earthquakes to discover how they created the Europe we know today. Scientists test cutting-edge scientific theories on the model to learn more about one of the most volatile natural forces on the planet. In this one-off special learn more about the eruption's aftermath and see detailed scientific insight into the reasons for the violent Icelandic eruptions. And follow the team as they brave the dangers of real volcanoes including getting hazardously close to an active lava flow to gather data that could be cruc.


Plus venture right inside a crater and magma chamber of a volcano under Iceland's glaciers, as scientists predict what may happen in the next eruption. And if they can survive the harsh environment and sharks, countless shipwrecks and fishing nets provide unusually rich hunting grounds. With an arsenal of underwater equipment and cameras, we follow filmmaker Natali Tesche and the scientists working to uncover the secrets of how the octopus manages to thrive here. This stunning High Definition special will transport you to another dimension, as we dive deep below… Octopus Volcano.



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