Popocatépetl volcano (Mexiko) activity update: steaming and weak ash emission, crater incandescence
Mittwoch Feb 15, 2012 01:01 | VON: T
Dampf-Gas-Emissionen mit kleinen Mengen von Asche am 14. Februar zu beobachten. Krater Glut während des Morgens von 8 und 14 Februar beobachtet.
Donnerstag, Feb 02, 2012
Samstag, Jan 28, 2012
Popocatépetl volcano's activity is increasing. On 25 Jan at 10:10 local time, an ash explosion produced a plume of 3 km height drifting NE. During the past days, strong degassing and steaming has been observed as well as periods of low-frequency tremor. At night (see webcam image), a constant glow can be seen from the summit crater, suggesting that the lava dome might have started a new phase of growth. ... [mehr]
Mittwoch, Jan 18, 2012
11-17 January steam-and-gas emissions rose from Popocatépetl volcano. The plumes contained small amounts of ash during 13-17 January. Crater incandescence was observed at night during 16-17 January. [mehr]
Freitag, Jan 13, 2012
CENAPRED reported that during 4-10 January steam-and-gas emissions rose from Popocatépetl; the plumes contained small amounts of ash during 4-5 January and 8-10 January. On 5 January two explosions generated incandescence in the crater. [mehr]
Donnerstag, Jun 10, 2010
On 8 June 2010, Popocatépetl volcano had one of its larger explosions during recent years: an ash plume was generated that rose to 8 km (27,600 feet) altitude a.s.l. [mehr]
Volcán Popocatépetl, whose name is the Aztec word for smoking mountain, towers to 5426 m 70 km SE of Mexico City to form North America's 2nd-highest volcano. The glacier-clad stratovolcano contains a steep-walled, 250-450 m deep crater. The generally symmetrical volcano is modified by the sharp-peaked Ventorrillo on the NW, a remnant of an earlier volcano.