Undergroundology at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History

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The rain held off, the sun came out and we had a great afternoon of volcano fun outside Oxford’s Museum of Natural History. Our volunteers were kept busy all afternoon, as hordes of people came to find out what ‘undergroundology‘ was all about. Outside, in the shadow of the silent London Volcano, there were multiple […]

Living under the volcano

What is it like to live through a volcanic eruption? What happened to the place you call home? And how did the experience affect you, your family and friends, and everyone else in the neighbourhood? In a set of three wonderful new films made for the STREVA project, Vincentians talk about the moment in April 1979, when […]

Looking ahead to the London Volcano and Universities UK Week, 2014

La Soufriere volcano, St Vincent. Image from 'An account of Morne Garou.. with a description of the volcano in its summit', Anderson (Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 1785). 
Image copyright The Royal Society, licenced for use on this website.

London Volcano will sit, resplendant, on the west lawn of London’s Natural History Museum for Universities UK Week, from 9 – 13 June; with a special ‘late night opening’ on June 11th. It will be the backdrop to a week-long programme of activities that will explore what it is like to live near an active […]

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