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Monday, Aug 31, 2015
A volcanic ash plume at estimated 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude extending 70 km north from the volcano was reported this morning (VAAC Darwin). [more]

No significant changes have occurred at the ongoing eruptino on both the summit vent (Halema'uma'u lava lake) and the east rift zone. During the past days, lava flows have resurfaced most of the interior of what is left of Pu'u 'O'o crater. ... [more]
Thursday, Aug 27, 2015
Ash emissions occurred Tuesday (25th), producing a plume at 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude that extended 100 km to the west. (Darwin VAAC) [more]
Friday, Aug 21, 2015
A small explosion occurred this morning. Darwin VAAC reported an ash plume to 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude extending 8 km ESE from the volcano. [more]
Sunday, Aug 09, 2015
Ash emissions continue. VAAC Darwin reported a volcanic ash plume extending 140 km SE of the volcano at 20,000 ft (6 km) altitude this morning. [more]
Saturday, Aug 08, 2015
Ash emissions yesterday and today produced a plume that rose to estimated 21,000 t (6.5 km) and drifted SSW. (VAAC Darwin) [more]
Friday, Aug 07, 2015
Smaller ash emissions from the volcano have been observed during the past days. Yesterday, an ash plume at estimated 9,000 ft (2.7 km) altitude drifted 40 km NW (VAAC Darwin). [more]
Monday, Aug 03, 2015
It seems that no fatalities have occurred during the large explosion on Friday (31 July). According to news articles, only one child was injured by falling lapilli, but survived and could be treated in a hospital. ... [more]
Ash plume from Manam volcano (Himawari-8 True Color imagery)
Friday, Jul 31, 2015
A large explosive eruption occurred at the volcano today. The event produced an ash column that rose to approx. 65,000 ft (20 km) altitude and started to drift SW. ... [more]
Map of lava flows during the current eruption (IGPEN)
Sunday, Jun 28, 2015
The eruption in the Galapagos islands continues strongly from the effusive vent inside the caldera, near its southern rim. ... [more]
 

Volcanoes of Pacific Ocean (220 volcanoes)

Papua New Guinea (67 volcanoes):
Samoan and Wallis Islands (7 volcanoes): Wallis Islands | Savai'i | Upolu | Ofu-Olosega | Vailulu'u | Ta'u | Tutuila
Fiji (3 volcanoes): Taveuni | Koro | Nabukelevu
Central Pacific Ocean (6 volcanoes): Teahitia | Rocard | Mehetia | Moua Pihaa | Adams Seamount | Macdonald
Southern Pacific Ocean (3 volcanoes): Antipodes Island | Unnamed 53.9°S/140.3°W | Unnamed 55.97°S/143.17°W

Prominent volcanoes in the Pacific Ocean:

Hawai'i

Volcanoes of Hawai'i (here a photo from a lava lake of Kilauea volcano)
Kilauea volcano
Mauna Loa

Vanuatu

Volcanoes of Vanuatu (on the photo: a lava lake inside Benbow crater, Ambrym volcano)
Ambrym
Yasur
Lopevi

Tonga & Fiji

Home Reef (Tonga Islands)

Philippines

Mayon
Bulusan
Canalaon

Papua New Guinea (PNG)

Volcanoes of PNG (here erupting Tarvurvur volcano, Rabaul)
Tavurvur (Rabaul caldera)
Manam
Langila
Ulawun
Ritter Island
Bagana
Pago
 

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