The Volcano World Cup: A Competition With A Big Bang!
Which exploding mountain would make your gold, silver and bronze? The largest eruption? The most popular or famous? The most active? Or even the hardest one to pronounce (like Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull?). In a social media [...]
New Volcanoes of Europe book – Feb 2017
Hi all, it’s been a busy year 2016, with a number of projects on the go and this February 2017 will see the release of Volcanoes of Europe. The all colour second edition, which I [...]
DK’s Volcano Ultimate Sticker Book
Delve down into the Earth and discover how volcanoes form, in DK's Volcano Ultimate Sticker Book, with more than 250 reusable stickers. Each page has an explosive activity that encourages children to learn about our [...]
Utterly Amazing Earth – DK Dorling Kindersley/Penguin Random House 2017
I authored the books and helped with some of the content that goes into them. Fun stuff for Kids to get into the Earth and volcanoes. Utterly Amazing Earth is a jaw-dropping pop-up book packed [...]
VMAPP project finished!!
Wow a fantastic effort by all involved and we now have finished the first phase of the project ‘Volcanic Margin Petroleum Prospectivity- VMAPP’. This is a big multi-client industry report and training manual set, [...]
Filming in a Giant Caldera!!
A short but fun visit to the Naples area in October for some great food, good company and bubbling volcanic ground. Talking volcanoes and the land going up and down with a film crew [...]
Tin mines and granites – Royal Cornwall Mines
There is a deep geological history in the UK and a deep historical relationship between man and the land. I have been working in partnership with the Open University in association with the Royal Cornwall [...]
The Crystal Cave – Mexico
Dougal Jerram and Michael Usher have just returned from a spectacular and perilous journey to the centre of the earth, to a magical place known as the Crystal Cave. To reach it, they descended underground, [...]
Birth of Britain – TV
"Never knew that Britain had such a volcanic history. Have been up Snowdon twice not knowing what lay beneath the surface" On screen Earth Sciences expert alongside Tony Robinson, on show about volcanic Britain as [...]