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Monday, Sep 15, 2014
Lava fountains on the main fissure at the Holuhraun eruption this evening (Mila webcam)
Lava fountains on the main fissure at the Holuhraun eruption this evening (Mila webcam)
Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruption continues with little changes. Fountaining is now limited to the central vent on the main fissure. The southernmost vent, still active on Friday, stopped erupting yesterday. ...more [read all]
Sunday, Sep 14, 2014
Lava fountains on the main fissure at the Holuhraun eruption this evening (Mila webcam)
Lava fountains on the main fissure at the Holuhraun eruption this evening (Mila webcam)
The eruption continues with little changes. Fountaining is now limited to the central vent on the main fissure. The southernmost vent, still active on Friday, stopped erupting yesterday. ...more [read all]
Saturday, Sep 13, 2014
Powerful explosion of at Slamet volcano on 12 Sep, showering the whole upper cone with lavva bombs, seen from the village of Sigedong (image: Fariz Azki Maulana via Volcano Alert / Culture Volcan)
Powerful explosion of at Slamet volcano on 12 Sep, showering the whole upper cone with lavva bombs, seen from the village of Sigedong (image: Fariz Azki Maulana via Volcano Alert / Culture Volcan)
Ash emission from Lokon volcano this morning (VSI webcam)
Ash emission from Lokon volcano this morning (VSI webcam)
Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruption continues at similar levels as during the previous days. IMO estimates the volume of lava erupted so far to be at least 200 million cu m, and the surface covered by it 24.5 square km. The lava flows continue to travel eastwards into Jökulsá á Fjöllum river. ...more [read all]
The eruption continues at similar levels as during the previous days. IMO estimates the volume of lava erupted so far to be at least 200 million cu m, and the surface covered by it 24.5 square km. The lava flows continue to travel eastwards into Jökulsá á Fjöllum river. ...more [read all]
Ash emission from Lokon volcano this morning (VSI webcam)
Ash emission from Lokon volcano this morning (VSI webcam)
Small ash emissions along with white steam plumes have occurred again from the volcano recently. At the moment, there is no indications that they have been caused by new magma near the surface, and could be phreatic in nature, or due to disturbance of the hydrothermal system.
Powerful explosion of at Slamet volcano on 12 Sep, showering the whole upper cone with lavva bombs, seen from the village of Sigedong (image: Fariz Azki Maulana via Volcano Alert / Culture Volcan)
Powerful explosion of at Slamet volcano on 12 Sep, showering the whole upper cone with lavva bombs, seen from the village of Sigedong (image: Fariz Azki Maulana via Volcano Alert / Culture Volcan)
Activity at the volcano has increased and VSI raised the alert level to "siaga", 3 on a scale of 1-4. The mild strombolian activity which had been going on for months at the volcano has become more and more intense since the beginning of September. Some explosions in the past days have been strong enough to eject incandescent material to all over the summit cone of the volcano. ...more [read all]
Aerial photo by HVO of lava flow within 170m of Kaohe Homesteads.
Aerial photo by HVO of lava flow within 170m of Kaohe Homesteads.
Latest flow map and projection on September 12, 2014
Latest flow map and projection on September 12, 2014
HVO issued the 4th warning status update tonight: ...more [read all]
Friday, Sep 12, 2014
HVO's latest update: ...more [read all]
Residents at the public lava flow meeting in Pahoa on September 11, 2014.
Residents at the public lava flow meeting in Pahoa on September 11, 2014.
At the public meeting held at Pahoa High & Intermediate School last night, officials presented the latest lava flow maps and projections following the flow's unexpected turn towards Pahoa town two days ago. HVO scientists reported that the steep slope has allowed to flow to continue moving quickly and that the new path puts it directly through the town of Pahoa in the range of 13-15 days. ...more [read all]

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