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Christina Neal to Lead USGS Volcano Science Center

As director, Neal will manage the growth of the National Volcano Early Warning System, facilitate stakeholder engagement and ensure that the observatories are prepared to respond to the next eruption within the United States, whenever and wherever it occurs. Keep Reading

A Deep-Sea Magma Monster Gets a Body Scan

The Axial Seamount sits 300 miles off the coast of Oregon. Scientists have long had hints of its vast scale, but following sonar work by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in the early 1980s, “the light bulb went off: wow, there’s a big volcano out here." Keep Reading

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