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lundi, févr. 28, 2005
Abbreviated from a report sent by the Kamchatkan Volcanic Eruptions Response Team:...plus
samedi, févr. 26, 2005
New interesting developments take place on La Réunion island, where the eruption has entered e new phase:
AP press photo (provided by Louis and Kathleen Nevzoroff via USGS) of Korovin eruption on 23 Feb., 2005.
Added on 10 March:...plus [lire toutes]
Augustine volcano, Alaska, is showing more and more unrest and the Alaskan Volcan Observatory announced an increase of alert level to ORANGE, which means that an eruption is considered possible within a short time....plus [lire toutes]
Aerialphoto of the summit of Fourpeaked volcano on an overflight on the 24th of Sep 2006 showing several steaming vents on its summit. (Photo courtesy: Cyrus Read, AVO/USGS)
The first known historic eruption of Fourpeaked volcano on the Alaska peninsula is taking its course. Several vents emitting gasses and ash have appeared on the glacier-topped volcano and are slowly melting the ice cap....plus [lire toutes]
The two volcano tours on Hawai'i have come to an end, or better, the time to enjoy these fresh memories has now started. We look back on 10 days packed with impressions from exceptional activity at Kilauea volcano,- we have been incredibly lucky both as to activity (Kilauea was/still is in one of its most active phases since the start of the eruption in 1983), and the weather and last but not least thanks to the great mix of people we have had on board. Not only got we to see lots of lava during the 5 days each, but we also had our great share of fun, met interesting new people from all over and did many other interesting and nice activities aside.
vendredi, févr. 25, 2005
On repeated visits by the Volcano Discovery Hawaii Team during the past 10 days, activity levels at Kilauea volcano were seen to be at very high levels:...plus
The eruption at Piton de la Fournaise volcano on La Réunion island continues, sending lava flows down the steep flank of the volcano's E flank towards the sea. A brief pause during the eruption occurred between 21 and 23 Feb., where lava emission and eruption tremor were at very low levels, and many believed the eruption was actually over. The following is a report from Thomas Staudacher, head of the volcano observaotry of Piton de la Fournaise:
jeudi, févr. 24, 2005
24 Feb. 2005
lundi, févr. 21, 2005
Kilauea is erupting a lot of lava and the expedition is a huge sucess (so far)... Two active ocean entries, uncountable breakouts on the flowfield and the upper slopes as well as an intense activity at and around the Pu'u O'o cone are present. Tom and his small group are on location,- more photos and reports will be posted when time permitting.
vendredi, févr. 18, 2005
Piton de la Fournaise has its first eruption in 2005. This is from a report sent to the volcano listserv by Thomas Staudacher (Observatoire volcanologique du Piton de la Fournaise):
dimanche, févr. 13, 2005
Since the 31th of January, lava from Kilauea volcano, Big Island, Hawai'i, is flowing into the sea again at two different entry points. Both entries, about 6 km apart, are well alimentated and consits of clusters of 10-15 separated entries, some as lava falls over older cliffs, some as lava gushing out from tubes directly into the surf or temporary black-sand beaches.
samedi, févr. 12, 2005
As our colleague Charles Rivière reports, some new activity from the summit craters occurred today at around 3pm local time,- probably from the SE crater which had shown minor, sporadic ash emissions in the past weeks already, of Etna . The activity could not be observed because of bad weather conditions, but was registered by the seismic network of the INGV (the Italian volcanology research council). Fall of black, fresh ash was observed to the SE of the volcano including the city of Catanaia.
jeudi, févr. 10, 2005
The following is an abbreviated report following a message posted on the Volcano Listserv (9 Feb. 2005) and a message from the Volcanological Survey of Indonesia who monitor the Indonesian volcanoes:...plus [lire toutes]
lundi, janv. 31, 2005
The eruption plume of Manam volcano, New Guinea, seen from space - Image Source: NASA Terra/MODIS, October 2004, 1:05 UTC
A large explosive eruption occured at Manam volcano in Papua New Guinea, as Andrew Tupper, a Senior Meteorologist from the Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre, reports via the Volcano Listserv:
mercredi, janv. 12, 2005
After weeks of intense work, the new website of VOLCANO DISCOVERY is finally online and the small company has found its virtual "home". I am now running VOLCANO DISCOVERY together with my friend and partner Tobias Schorr, whom some of you might know from Methana already....plus [lire toutes]
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