Dr Janine Kavanagh is a lecturer in earth, ocean and ecological sciences at the University of Liverpool. Her research focuses on volcanoes, and particularly the spread of magma through the earth’s crust and the consequences for volcanic eruptions.
She appeared on the University of Liverpool Podcast to discuss the ongoing eruption of the Hawaiian volcano Kilauea, the lessons for volcanologists around the world, and its impact on the people of Hawaii.
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