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Latest volcano news:
The 2 active lava fronts advancing towards Apa'a Street just before the contact earlier today (HVO)
Saturday, Oct 25, 2014
The lava flows have now crossed the Apa'a Street and thus, formally, entered the area of the village of Pahoa. ... [more]
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruption seems to continue with no changes, but there were no visual observations today. IMO writes: ... [more]
The Japan Meteorological Agency issued a "near crater warning" for the Shinmoedake vent of Kirishima volcano last Friday. Increased earthquake activity were detected and mean an increased risk of a possible (probably phreatic) explosions. ... [more]
The eruption seems to continue with no changes, but there were no visual observations today. IMO writes: ... [more]
Pyroclastic flow on Sinabung this morning
More pyroclastic flows have occurred today. A larger one this morning at 09:47 local time probably reached 3-4 km length and produced an ash plume that rose to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. [more]
Lava flows on Stromboli's Sciara del Fuoco and small ash emission this morning (INGV webcams)
Friday, Oct 24, 2014
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): There are no signs the effusive eruption is slowing down. A lava flow is being erupted from the vent at 650 m elevation and currently feeds two active branches on the upper Sciara del Fuoco. ... [more]
Vulcanian explosion at Sakurajima this morning (Tarumizu webcam)
Following a week of relatively low activity, the volcano has become more active again during the past days. A particularly strong vulcanian explosion occurred this morning and produced an ash plume that rose to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. ... [more]
Ash emission from Copahue last evening
Although activity has decreased a bit, intense degassing and sporadic small ash emissions as well as crater glow continue at the volcano. ... [more]
Small ash emission from Etna's New SE crater
Occasional explosions from the New SE crater seem to continue. Small ash emissions could be observed on the morning of 22 Oct when clear weather allowed clear views of the crater. Tremor remains low at the moment. [more]

What's erupting? List & map of currently active volcanoes

Europe and Atlantic Ocean:
Iceland:
Africa and Indian Ocean:
Indonesia:
Aleutians, Alaska and North America:
Central America and Carribean:
South America:
Other regions:
  • Erebus (Antarctica)
  • Siple (Marie Byrd Land, Western Antarctica)
  • Zavodovski (South Sandwich Islands (UK))
Pacific Ocean:
  • Kilauea (Hawai'i)
  • Bagana (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea)
  • Rabaul (Tavurvur) (New Britain, Papua New Guinea)
  • Manam (Papua New Guinea)
  • Yasur (Tanna Island, Vanuatu)
  • Ambrym (Vanuatu)
  • Kavachi (Solomon Islands)
  • Ulawun (New Britain, Papua New Guinea)
  • Ahyi (United States, Mariana Islands)
  • Loihi (United States, Hawaiian Islands)
  • Pagan (Mariana Islands)
  • Langila (New Britain, Papua New Guinea)
  • Karkar (Northeast of New Guinea, Papua New Guinea)
  • Ruapehu (North Island, New Zealand)
  • Tongariro (North Island, New Zealand)
  • White Island (New Zealand)
  • Aoba (Vanuatu)
  • Gaua (Vanuatu)
  • Tinakula (Santa Cruz Islands, Solomon Islands)
Ring of Fire (Kurile Islands to Philippines):
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