Nabro volcano (Eritrea) news & activity updates:
Montag, Jan 30, 2012
Nabro volcano (Eritrea) activity update: thermal anomaly at summit suggesting weak activity continuing in the summit caldera
A new weak thermal anomaly located inside Nabro's summit caldera was detected on 29 Jan on satellite infrared images by MODVOLC. It suggests that some sort of activity still goes on there.
Donnerstag, Jan 01, 1970
The eruption at Nabro volcano is continuing. The explosive phase seems to have ended, but there is still a large white steam and gas plume coming from the volcano and a large hot spot is visibe on the MODIS/Terra satellite images. Most likely, large lava flows are still being erupted. ...mehr
The eruption at Nabro volcano in Eritrea that started 5 days ago seems to have decreased a lot in intensity, or even have stopped. ...mehr [alles lesen]
Nabro SO2 plume 14-17 June (OMI data, KNMI.FMI/NASA). Original images from ESA SACS, composite from The Volcanism Blog (volcanism.wordpress.com)
Eumetsat image, 08:00UTC. Thanks to this post on The Volcanism Blog: http://volcanism.wordpress.com/2011/06/13/eruption-in-eritrea-1000-km-plume/
Following a swarm of intense earthquakes, a new and apparently large explosive eruption started last night in Eritrea near the Ethiopian border, in an area which is the continuation of the spreading rift axis of the Red Sea. ...mehr [alles lesen]
USGS map of the Ethiopia-Eritrea earthquake swarm preceding the Dubbi (?) volcano eruption on 12 June 2012.