Volcanoes produce a wide variety of hazards that can kill people and destroy property. Large explosive eruptions can endanger people and property hundreds of miles away and even affect global climate. Life threatening volcano hazards include gases, lava flows, lahars, landslides, pyroclastic flows and tephra. Additionally, earthquakes and tsunamis can arise from volcanic activity, posing still more threats. The resources below focus on giving you a better understanding of volcano hazards and reviewing volcano preparedness measures that can allow you to survive a volcanic eruption.
Volcano Preparedness Links
Preparing for Volcano Emergencies
Types of Volcano Hazards
What to Do During Volcanic Ashfall
Volcano Preparedness Safety Tips
USGS Volcano Warning Schemes in the United States
Ten Deadliest Volcano Eruptions (Video)
USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report
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