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Image of the eruption 26 May evening (image: Xavier Garcia / Parque Nacional Galapagos / facebook)
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
As of yesterday evening, the eruption has decreased a lot in intensity. Lava fountaining at the 1 km fissure vent had essentially stopped. The lava flows, still far from the sea, were only weakly alimentated and advancing slowly. [more]
Lava fountains and lava flows from Wolf volcano yesterday evening (Galapagos National Park)
The eruption continues with strong lava fountains from the eruptive fissure and large lava flows advancing southeast. An aerial survey by the National Park staff confirmed that none of the main habitats of the local endemic fauna is threatened. In particular, the Island of Isabela is home to the Galápagos pink land iguana (iguana rosada), native only to the northern part of Isabela Island (around Wolf volcano). ... [more]
Image of Wolf volcano's eruption on 25 May 2015 (Ecuador TV / twitter)
Monday, May 25, 2015
As day breaks on the archipelago, the first images start to emerge and media pick up on the spectacular eruption. ... [more]
Ash plumes from Wolf volcano (VAAC Washington)
A large eruption might have started at the largest volcano of the Galapagos Islands - Volcán Wolf on the northern end of the archipelago's biggest island Isabela. ... [more]
Safety map of Ambrym volcano
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Activity at the volcano remains elevated. Lava lakes are active in Bembow and Marum craters. Geohazards maintains volcanic Alert Level 2: ... [more]
The lava lake today (USGS thermal webcam)
Monday, May 18, 2015
The summit lava lake has dropped significantly during the past week and is now again 50 m below the rim of the pit crater inside Halema'uma'u. ... [more]
Friday, May 15, 2015
Darwin VAAC reported that on 13 May an ash plume from Manam drifted over 35 km NE at an altitude of 3 km (10,000 ft) a.s.l. [more]
lava lake in the Overlook crater on 26 April morning, when it reached to within 3 m (10 ft) of the floor of Halemaʻumaʻu. This is the highest the lava lake has reached during the current summit eruption. (HVO)
Tuesday, Apr 28, 2015
The lava lake inside the summit caldera's Halema'uma'u crater has been constantly rising since 22 April and is now about to overflow. ... [more]
SO2 plume from Manam volcano today (NOAA)
Monday, Apr 27, 2015
Eruptive activity is taking place at the volcano. VAAC Darwin reported an ash plume to 8,000 ft from the volcano this morning. A pronounced SO2 plume can be seen on satellite data as well. [more]
Landsat 8 images showing the new lava field erupted in Feb 2015 (Culture Volcan)
Tuesday, Apr 07, 2015
A short effusive flank eruption occurred in February 2015 from a fissure on the southeastern flank of Marum and produced a lava flow field of approx. 1.4 squake kilometers. [more]

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