Mt. St. Helens volcano (USA), activity update
Monday Jun 19, 2006 19:53 PM | BY: TOBIAS
During 7-13 June, seismic signals indicated that the lava spine continued to grow inside the crater of Mount St. Helens. On 9 June, pilots reported that anash-and-steam plume, generated after a rockfall following a M 3.2 earthquake,reached an altitude of 4.6 km (15,000 ft) a.s.l. The volcano remained at VolcanoAdvisory (Alert Level 2); aviation color code Orange.
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Because of the recent interesting volcanic activity at Merapi and Semeru volcano on Java, we point to two tours with open spaces for last-minute individual bookings:... [more]
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Due to lack of participants, we decided to cancel the tour to North Sulawesi and postpone it to 2007. As an interesting alternative, we can offer a special trekking tour in Java and Bali from 5-20 August instead. There are two open spaces available.[more]
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