Augustine volcano, Alaska: eruption continues
mardi janv. 31, 2006 23:27 | AUTEUR : TOBIAS SCHORR
Augustine volcano has been in a state of continuous eruption since 14:30 of January 28.
Eruption is in progress. Short periods of increased seismicity, likely associated with explosions and pyroclastic flows, are occurring intermittently.
There have been a number of smaller discrete seismic signals that likely correspond to smaller ash-producing explosions. The number of these smaller events has increased slightly over the last 8 hours.
Further eruptions have to be expected and people are asked to report ash falls.
AUGUSTINE VOLCANO (CAVW#1103-01-)59.3633°N 153.4333°W, Summit Elevation 4134 ft (1260 m)Current Level of Concern Color Code: RED
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