Possible eruptive activity at Cleveland volcano (Aleutian Islands, Alaska)
Tuesday Oct 23, 2012 12:12 PM | BY: VOLCANOBULLETIN
Elevated surface temperatures were detected on 19 and 22 October, this may be related to a period of lava dome growth at the volcano.
Cloud cover prevented visual observations on these days.
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Wednesday, Sep 26, 2012
No evidence of eruptive activity has been observed in satellite data or web camera views of the volcano. No other activity has been reported. (AVO) [more]
Wednesday, Sep 05, 2012
AVO reported that satellite images of Cleveland from 17 August showed that the summit crater was tephra-covered, funnel-shaped, and contained no lava dome. Cloud cover prevented observations during 28 August-3 September. [more]
Sunday, Sep 02, 2012
AVO has no evidence of eruptive activity since the last small explosion on August 19. [more]
Tuesday, Aug 21, 2012
A small explosive eruption ocurred at Cleveland volcano on August 19th, at approximately 6:55 PM (local time), the Alaska Volcano Observatory reports. A low level ash cloud was visible on satellite images. It drifted to the southeast and dispersed over several hours. [more]
Thursday, Aug 09, 2012
A small explosion at 08:38 on 4 August was detected based on retrospective analysis of infrasound data. Satellite images showed a brief, faint steam plume about 4 hours after the event and also detected elevated surface temperatures in several clear views of the volcano. ... [more]