All good things must come to an end, and Eruptions on WIRED ends today. It has been a great 5-plus years of reporting on volcanoes here, but nothing lasts forever (even geologically). There are a pile of people to thank at WIRED for all the help I’ve gotten over the years: Nick Stockton, Nadia Drake, David Mosher, Katie Palmer, all the former WIRED Science bloggers, all the great folks at WIRED’s photo department, Katie Davies, and Adam Rogers.
I’d especially like to thank Betsy Mason, who brought me to WIRED in the first place and has been invaluable to me over the years, both during her time at WIRED and since she left. Eruptions would not exist without her help.
Eruptions isn’t ending, though. It is changing—and you can see all the changes here. That’s where you’ll find all my new posts on volcanic activity worldwide, my debunking of bad reporting on earth science and everything else you’ve come to love about Eruptions. My archives of posts at WIRED will remain here, too.
Finally, thank you to all the Eruptions readers and commenters here. I hope you’ll come along to Eruptions’ new home.
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