Klyuchevskoy volcano (Kamchatka): strong explosive activity, ash plumes of 10 km height
lundi juil. 02, 2007 08:39 | AUTEUR : TOM PFEIFFER
Strong explosive and effusive activity at Klyuchevskoy volcano continues. The activity peaked on 29-30 June when near continuous ash emissios produced ash plumes more than 10 km (or 32,000 ft) high that extended up to 300 km to the west and south-west.
vendredi, juin 29, 2007
The dates for the new expedition to Erta Ale volcano and the Danakil depression in Ethiopia are now set at 25 Jan - 8 Feb. 2008. For details of the program, go here.[details]
samedi, avril 14, 2007
vendredi, mars 16, 2007
mardi, nov. 28, 2006
Tobias Schorr will present active volcanoes (with some of Toms great photos) in Europe in the bistro "Hollywood" in Siegburg. 12 December 19:30.[details]
lundi, nov. 13, 2006
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