Bezymiany volcano (Kamchatka), eruption alert: increasing activity
Thursday May 27, 2010 23:13 PM |
KVERT reports that Bezymiany's activity has been increasing, promting to raise the alert code from Yellow to Orange, which means that a new eruption could happen in the near future. Although the seismic data are blurred by the activity of nearby erupting Klyuchevskoy volcano, Bezymiany is showing an increase in earthquakes as well as an increase in the temperature in its crater, the usual preceding signs of new activity.
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