Germany's Laacher See Volcano (LSV): Around 12,900 years ago, a cataclysmic eruption, one that coated plenty of Europe in ash, was responsible for creating the crater-like edifice that we can see there today.
To effectively manage small-scale to large-scale emergencies, a lot of collaborative manpower and a variety of different agencies, nonprofits and international relief organizations will need to work together.
Since 1784, the year of the earliest recorded volcano fatality in areas that are part of the present-day United States, at least 421 of those have occurred as a direct or indirect result of volcanic activity at Kilauea in Hawaii
Emergency and disaster management briefing for May 23, 2016: An Indonesian volcano erupts and kills at least seven people, a tropical cyclone sends a half-million fleeing in Bangladesh, authorities deploy a submarine in the search for EgyptAir Flight 804's black box, Lake Mead is currently at an all-time low, and the the Larsen Ice Shelf in Antarctica may be gone by the end of the decade.
Tornadoes sweep over the Plains as severe weather in the U.S. moves east, a group analyzes the role of social media in EDM, small quakes under Mount St. Helens put renewed focus on PNW volcanoes, and Fort McMurray damage reports start to emerge as firefighters continue to try to stop the wildfire.