Karymsky volcano (Kamchatka): eruption update
Thursday Feb 09, 2006 15:48 PM | BY: TOM PFEIFFER
As TASS reports, a swarm of about 300 local earthquakes were registered on Karymsky volcano on Thursday 9 Feb. 2006, and an ash plume of 1.5 km height is reported. There is no danger to nearby populated localities. The ash plume has stretched for about 20-40 east of the volcano.
Tuesday, Feb 07, 2006
Tom and Marco are just back home from our pilot tour to Nyiragongo volcano, which was very successful, so we plan to repeat the tour in July this year already. In the near future, we will post photos from the tour as well as details about the tour. Stay tuned!... [more]
Friday, Jan 20, 2006
Friday, Jan 13, 2006
After 14 days in Greece, Tobias Schorr is back in office. The trip to the Saronic volcanoes was successful. The weather was great (4 days with sun and warm temperatures...). The trip was very special and surely one of the most beautyful winter trips to Greece. The islands of Poros, Aegina, Hydra and the peninsula of Methana have been visited. Many archaeologival and geological sites were on the routes. Soon the most beautyful photographs of this trip will be available on the VolcanoDiscovery homepage![more]
Friday, Dec 23, 2005
2005 is soon over, and it's a good time to take a break and think about important things in life. The VolcanoDiscovery team wishes you a future without wars and tsunamis. Merry Christmas![more]
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