New Zealand is a geologically young land, created and shaped by tectonic forces, volcanism, and the elements. How have people learned to adapt and live alongside active volcanism?
From the peak of Aoraki Mt Cook, to the depths of the Megamania Caves, to the evolving glaciers, we follow our experts as they explain how the forces above and below New Zealand formed this land.
Volcanoes are evidence of the forces that have shaped diverse landscapes. Our experts examine volcanic creation, characteristics, and dangers behind the volcanic forces beneath New Zealand.