How do humans live in harmony with the titanic power of volcanism? What are the benefits and cultural impacts? How does volcanism enhance our daily lives? How can we mitigate the risks?
And what is the current state of volcanology science?
We travel back in time to before Zealandia drifted away from Gondwana and learn what New Zealand looked like when massive volcanic eruptions were occurring. We discover what caused these events and how they influenced the formation of New Zealand as it is today
in 1977 an incredible project was born, 60 miles northeast of Cairo. The transformation was to make the desert, bloom with new trees, medicinal plants and food crops. Seken now stands as an incredible mile stone in peaceful collaboration, teaching humanity and society what we can achieve when we ...
New Zealand's alpine environment reflects the powerful influence of the tectonic and erosive forces. The collision of continental plates pushes the mountains upwards while the landscape is being torn down and sculpted by the effects of snow, ice, wind, water, and seismic events.