Ruhapehu volcano (New Zealand), activity update: elevated gas emissions
Saturday Jun 21, 2008 13:54 PM |
Elevated gas output and high lake temperatures continue, while volcanic tremor has declined. Unrest continues at Ruapehu and it remains unclear if this is a sign of further eruptions. The volcano last erupted on September 25 2007. The Alert Level remains at Level 1.
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