Mystery Science: Could a Volcano Pop Up Where You Live?
Mystery Science

In this Mystery, students explore the past and present pattern of where volcanoes exist on the earth.

DK Find Out! Earth
DK

Find out amazing facts and try some quizzes all about planet Earth, from the highest mountains to the longest rivers, the deepest oceans, and the largest deserts.

DK Find Out! Tectonic Plates
DK

Earth’s surface appears to be still, but it is actually constantly on the move.

DK Find Out! Volcanoes
DK

A volcano is one of the most extraordinary features on Earth, but it can also be one of the most terrifying.

Brains On! Volcanoes in Space
Brains On!

The biggest volcano in our solar system is not on Earth — and its footprint is as big as the entire state of Arizona.

Brains On! How Do Volcanoes Erupt?
Brains On!

There are all kinds of volcanoes all over the world, but how are they formed? And how do they erupt?

StarTalk: A Violent Earth
StarTalk

In this show, he talks with his colleagues at the American Museum of Natural History: Steven Soter, an expert on Earth phenomena and tsunamis throughout history, and James Webster, a geologist who specializes in volcanoes.

Crash Course Kids: Landforms, Hey! - Episode 17.1
Crash Course Kids

In this episode, Sabrina chats about how things like mountains, volcanoes, and plateaus come into being.

OLogy: Plates on the Move
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Volcanoes, tsunamis, earthquakes… Examine how plate tectonics affect our world.

OLogy: Making Rocks
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Visit a scientist’s lab to see how he creates a magma chamber!

OLogy: Volcanoes - Magma Rising
OLogy (American Museum of Natural History)

Find out what causes volcanoes to erupt and how scientists study them.