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Wednesday, Jul 23, 2014
Glow at Aso's Nakadake crater this morning
Glow at Aso's Nakadake crater this morning
Glow from Semeru's summit at night (VSI webcam)
Glow from Semeru's summit at night (VSI webcam)
Askja (Central Iceland): A large landslide occurred from the southern wall of the Askja caldera yesterday night. The slide caused a large flood wave in the Öskjuvatn lake that also swept into the famous Viti crater. ...more [read all]
A large landslide occurred from the southern wall of the Askja caldera yesterday night. The slide caused a large flood wave in the Öskjuvatn lake that also swept into the famous Viti crater. ...more [read all]
Glow from Semeru's summit at night (VSI webcam)
Glow from Semeru's summit at night (VSI webcam)
Progression of a presumed lava flow (thermal anomaly) on the SE slope (Images: ASTER/GSJ, compiled and annotated by Culture Volcan)
Progression of a presumed lava flow (thermal anomaly) on the SE slope (Images: ASTER/GSJ, compiled and annotated by Culture Volcan)
Activity, weak during the past months, seems to have picked up. A new lava flow has started to slowly descend the southeastern slope. ...more [read all]
Tuesday, Jul 22, 2014
Mild strombolian eruption from the NW hornito and spattering from 3 other vents in the western and central crater.
Mild strombolian eruption from the NW hornito and spattering from 3 other vents in the western and central crater.
Monday, Jul 21, 2014
Perhaps the most interesting feature in the new crater at Puʻu ʻŌʻō is the pit formed on the southern side of the crater floor. There, a small lava pond roughly 10 m (~30 ft) across has been sporadically overflowing and sending lava toward the deeper central part of the crater. View is to the south.
Perhaps the most interesting feature in the new crater at Puʻu ʻŌʻō is the pit formed on the southern side of the crater floor. There, a small lava pond roughly 10 m (~30 ft) across has been sporadically overflowing and sending lava toward the deeper central part of the crater. View is to the south.
Kilauea (Hawai'i): Kīlauea continued to erupt at its summit and within the East Rift Zone, and gas emissions in both areas remained elevated. There was no significant change in tilt recorded at the summit, and the lava lake level was relatively steady over the past week leveling at ~30m (98ft). ...more [read all]
A series of small explosive eruptions took place at the volcano this Sunday (20 Jul). ...more [read all]

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