Science Snap (#25): Vesuvius, Andy Warhol

Originally posted on the EGU blog network Quite simply, volcanoes are inspiring. I’ve yet to meet someone who disagrees. The majestic volcanic landscape has thus been an inspiration to many an artist and author, whether intentional or not. Furthermore, artwork itself can be a valuable tool to help decipher and understand eruptions and their effects […]

The Apolline Project – Illuminating the Dark Side of Vesuvius

Guest blogger and Bristol PhD student Emma Johnston combined her passion for archaeology and volcanology during her summer months working on the Apolline Project, Italy. Here she tells us about her experience of excavating a Roman bathhouse on the northern slope of Vesuvius.