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This is an alphabetical list from the SI/USGS Global Volcanism Programs List of Holocene volcanoes. Volcanoes listed in blue are linked to additional information. Available information includes: how volcano was discovered, pictures, recent eruptions and much more.
This site includes the alert level associated with volcanic eruptions. It is broken up into 4 categories: Normal, Advisory, Watch and Warning. By selecting a volcano you are directed to the Observatory assigned to keeping track of the current status. Most sites have a live video or webcam to watch live. Don’t forget to check out the site about volcanic ash.
Images from NASA Earth Observatory of current and historical volcanoes. Click on the icon for pictures and videos from space of eruptions. Good images to show area affected by volcano. Also, you can look at previous months and years.
Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology – Current events and recent major earthquakes. A great real-time seismic monitor map of the world. The map shows what is happening today, yesterday, 2 weeks ago and past 5 years. Quality map highlighting the “Ring of Fire”.
The Center for the Study of Active Volcanoes – Based out of University of Hawaii at Hilo. CSAV's mission is to provide information on volcanic and natural hazards that occur in Hawaii and worldwide. A great media gallery of images of lava and lightning during an eruption.