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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]
According to Darwin VAAC, an ash plume from the volcano rose 8,000 ft and extended 70 km to the NE today. The volcano seems to be in a phase of intermittent mild explosive activity. [more]
Thermal signal from Wolf volcano (MIROVA)
Monday, Jun 22, 2015
The eruption that started 4 weeks ago continues strongly, but from the location of the origin of the thermal signal it seems that since around 13 June, the eruption has been occurring from vents inside the vast summit caldera rather than from the fissure vents that opened on the upper ESE flank on 25 May. ... [more]
MIROVA thermal signals of Manam volcano
An ash plume rising to estimated 10,000 ft and extending 35 km NW was reported yesterday by Darwin VAAC. ... [more]
Friday, Jun 05, 2015
Based on satellite observations, the volcano has produced a number of ash plumes rising to approx. 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude, which drifted 40 km to the west. (VAAC Darwin) ... [more]

Wednesday, Jun 03, 2015
The lava lakes on Ambrym remain very active. ... [more]
Tuesday, Jun 02, 2015
While no direct confirmation has been available from ground observations since 30 May, it seems plausible to assume, from satellite observations, that the eruption still continues and that the lava flow on the southeast flank of Wolf is still active and its front reaches near or into the sea. ... [more]
Lava flows reaching the sea from Wolf volcano, Isabela Island (Galapagos) (photo: Jinsop Barzola / Galapagos National Park)
Friday, May 29, 2015
During the evening of 27 May (local time), the lava flow entered the sea on the southeast shore of the northern part of Isabela island. [more]
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]

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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