The Enormous Volcanic Eruption that Historians Never Recorded
November 19, 2013 | Yahoo! News
A volcanic eruption around the year 1258 produced distinctive ash falls in both Antarctica and Greenland. It was a blast unprecedented in human history but historians did not record the eruption. Where did it happen?
Deceptive Eruption Signals at Redoubt
May 7, 2013 | Carnegie Institution for Science
"Forecasting volcanic eruptions with success is heavily dependent on recognizing well-established patterns of pre-eruption unrest in the monitoring data. But in order to develop better monitoring procedures, it is also crucial to understand volcanic eruptions that deviate from these patterns." Quoted from the Carnegie Institution for Science press release.
The Most Powerful Eruption of the 20th Century
June 5, 2013 | Geology.com
The most powerful volcanic eruption of the 20th Century occurred on June 6, 1912. People in Juneau, Alaska heard the noise over one hour after the eruption occurred. For the next forty years the eruption was blamed on the wrong volcano.