Okmok volcano (Aleutian Islands) activity update: continuing strong ash emissions
mardi août 05, 2008 13:10 |
Ash emissions emitting plumes reaching several kilometers height continue at Okmok volcano.
View of Okmok's ash plume emitting from multiple vents near intracaldera Cone D, taken at about 1:30 pm on August 3, 2008 by Jessica Larsen.
mardi, juin 24, 2008
On June 21 the new volcanological museum of Nisyros was opened at the village Nikia. The rich exhibition shows all volcanological phenomena and many rock samples. Many photographs of active volcanoes are provided by VolcanoDiscovery (by Dr. Tom Pfeiffer). At the celebration the most important politicians of the region took part at the opening ceremony. The new museum was planned and designed by a team around the Greek geologist Dr. Giorgis Voujoukalakis and Dr. Michalis Fytikas. ... [details]
lundi, mai 19, 2008
Etna - keeping us busy with eruptions at the moment - is worth an own tour in iteself. We have now developed a new exciting program to get to know this wonderful mountain in a series of moderate to challenging hikes, including a full traverse of the mountain. A first group departure is set for 2-8 November. ... [details]
samedi, avril 26, 2008
This year the VolcanoDiscovery Team celebrates the Greek orthodox Easter on the volcanic peninsula of Methana. ... [details]
mardi, mars 25, 2008
Our website has undergone an update of its design. You can find the content at the same place as before, but we hope that you will find navigation easier. We thank every one for the valuable feedback and input, helping us to improve! ... [details]
mercredi, févr. 06, 2008
Tobias Schorr will do a presentation about the 4 Greek volcanoes (Methana, Milos, Santorini & Nisyros) at the Lette-Verein at Viktoria-Luise-Platz 6 in Berlin/Schoeneberg at 6 March 19:00. Free entrance! ... [details]
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