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Thu, 4 Dec 21:00
Landsat-8 image of the area of the eruption (NASA)
Bardarbunga (Iceland): (3 Dec) The eruption continues with little changes. While most of the lava now remains on top of the already emplaced lava field, more than 75 square km large, several lateral outbreaks are active as well. ...more [read all]
Thu, 4 Dec 20:01
Screenshot of a video from 3 Dec looking at the erupting vent in Copahue's crater (Robin Campion, Univ. Mexico)
A recent video by Robin Campion (Univ. Mexico) shows that the activity at the volcano is now magmatic in nature, i.e. fresh magma is being erupted as a small jet of mostly finely fragmented incandescent ash: ...more
Thu, 4 Dec 20:00
Thu, 4 Dec 10:01
A new eruption could be under way at the volcano. An increase in seismic activity, inflation of the volcanic edifice, and SO2 gas mixed into the degassing plume, typical for a fresh magma intrusion at shallow depth have been detected by the volcano observatory (OVPF). ...more [read all]
Thu, 4 Dec 05:01
Stromboli Volcano (Italy) August 2013
Thu, 4 Dec 05:01
Wed, 3 Dec 18:26
Landsat-8 image of the area of the eruption (NASA)
The eruption continues with little changes. While most of the lava now remains on top of the already emplaced lava field, more than 75 square km large, several lateral outbreaks are active as well. ...more [read all]
Wed, 3 Dec 18:17
Steam plume from Nishinoshima on 27 Nov 2014 (Landsat 8 image / NASA Earth Observatory)
The eruption continues and has been going for more than a year now. It has enlarged the island to 1.89 square km (0.73 square miles). The highest point is now approx. 100 m above sea level.
Comparison of Nishinoshima from shortly after the birth of the new island (image 21 Nov 2013, lt), the merging with the old island (25 Dec, rt), formation of extensive lava deltas (7 April 2014, lb), and the disappearance of the old island under new lava (13 Nov 2014, rb) (Source. Asahi.com)
Wed, 3 Dec 18:09
The new lava lobe continues to advance and widen. As of this morning, it was only 4.3 km (2.7 miles) from Highway 130. A surge in lava supply resulted in an advance rate of 400 m per day! ...more
Wed, 3 Dec 17:37
Lava flow in Portela village 3 Dec
Fogo (Cape Verde): The eruption continues. Lava flows have slowed down their advance to less than 1 m per hour, giving some time to breath for what is left at Portela village in Chã das Caldeiras. ...more [read all]

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