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Stromboli volcano
stratovolcano 926 m
Eolian Islands, Italy, 38.79°N / 15.21°E

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Stromboli volcano eruptions:
Persistant (near-constant) activity since at least 2-3000 years. Lava flow eruption from Dec. 2002-July 2003, and in March 2007.
Typical eruption style:
Small explosive (strombolian) eruptions, typically every 20-30 mins. Intermittently, ca. every 2-20 years, minor effusive eruptions (lava flows); on average 2-5 times per year larger explosions.
Last earthquakes nearby
Lava flow and explosions in Jan 2013

Eruption updates & news from Stromboli:

Stromboli (Aeolian Islands, Italy): new small lava flow from the summit crater

Wednesday Dec 26, 2012 08:53 AM | BY: T

The new lava flow on the evening of 25.12.
The new lava flow on the evening of 25.12.
Seismic signal this morning
Seismic signal this morning
Current ecent infrared webcam image
Current ecent infrared webcam image
The activity at Stromboli has lately increased, as our colleague Marc Szlegat observed over the holidays. Since 23 December small lava overflows occurred from the eastern crater area and produced lava flows with varying length on the upper part of the Sciara del Fuoco.
Yesterday afternoon and evening, it looked as if the lava flow had increased and extended on a good portion of the Sciara where lava blocks detaching from the flow rolling down created a dense incandescent stream.
It is still unclear whether the flows come from a new vent at the eastern crater terrace or whether they are overflows of lava from an existing vent.
The seismicity is increased and in addition to the tremor, explosion and rockfall signals are elevated as well.
Such lava (over-)flows from the crater are usually relatively short-lived, but come often in phases.
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Previous news
Friday, Nov 23, 2012
On 22 November, Stromboli emitted a 3 KM high steam plume. The INGV stated that on 22 November, at 13:17 (GMT) a large seismic signal associated with an explosion occurred. The explosion was around 7 times higher than an average explosion. The explosion was followed by 10 minutes of high seismicity. [more]
Current seismic signal from Stromboli (INGV)
Monday, Oct 29, 2012
The current storm over the Tyrrhenian Sea is probably causing the elevated amplitudes visible in the seismic recordings. [more]
Seismic signal 27 Oct (INGV Catania)
Sunday, Oct 28, 2012
Judging from the current seismograms, activity at the volcano seems to be elevated today with a possibly stronger tremor signal. Due to bad weather, no visible observations are available. ... [more]
Current seismic signal from STR station (INGV CT)
Wednesday, Oct 03, 2012
Activity remains at similar low to intermediate levels as during the past weeks. Explosions are relatively frequent, but mostly small. [more]
Current seismogram from Stromboli (INGV)
Monday, Sep 17, 2012
Activity at Stromboli remains at fluctuating low to medium levels with frequent but mostly small explosions every 5 minutes or so. [more]

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