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Thursday, Apr 24, 2014
Seismic trace of yesterday's M3 earthquake under Tungurahua
Seismic trace of yesterday's M3 earthquake under Tungurahua
Explosion of Tungurahua on 22 April, 17h55 local time, producing a 2 km ash plume (Photo: F. Vásconez. 22/04/2014 OVT- IGEPN)
Explosion of Tungurahua on 22 April, 17h55 local time, producing a 2 km ash plume (Photo: F. Vásconez. 22/04/2014 OVT- IGEPN)
While surface activity has been fluctuating at generally low levels with only sporadic small steam and ash emissions, IGPEN reports that there are signs that suggest that a new batch of magma might be on its way to the surface. ...more [read all]
Infrared images of Reventador volcano yesterday showing what could be a lava fountain and new lava flow (Annotations: Culture Volcan, images: IGPEN)
Infrared images of Reventador volcano yesterday showing what could be a lava fountain and new lava flow (Annotations: Culture Volcan, images: IGPEN)
Seismic signal at Reventador volcano yesterday (CONE station, IGPEN)
Seismic signal at Reventador volcano yesterday (CONE station, IGPEN)
A new phase of intense activity with possible lava fountains and new lava flows began at the volcano yesterday. ...more
Fuego yesterday morning
Fuego yesterday morning
Fuego (Guatemala): During the day, activity at the volcano picked up again. The observatory reports 6-14 weak to strong strombolian explosions on average per hour, that eject ash plumes up to approx. 1 km height. ...more [read all]
During the day, activity at the volcano picked up again. The observatory reports 6-14 weak to strong strombolian explosions on average per hour, that eject ash plumes up to approx. 1 km height. ...more [read all]
Fuego yesterday morning
Fuego yesterday morning
Current seismic signal (FG3 station, INSIVUMEH)
Current seismic signal (FG3 station, INSIVUMEH)
Activity has decreased at the volcano, although the volcano observatory doesn't rule out that this is only a temporary pause and a new phase of lava fountaining and flows could occur in the near future. ...more
Tuesday, Apr 22, 2014
Small explosion from Etna's New SE crater (Montagnola thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Small explosion from Etna's New SE crater (Montagnola thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Occasional weak explosions continue at the New SE crater: two very small events were observed today at 03:45 and 04:05 (local time). ...more [read all]
Small explosion from Etna's New SE crater (Montagnola thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Small explosion from Etna's New SE crater (Montagnola thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Small explosion  from Etna's New SE crater (Monte Cagliato thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Small explosion from Etna's New SE crater (Monte Cagliato thermal webcam, INGV Catania)
Occasional weak explosions continue at the New SE crater: two very small events were observed today at 03:45 and 04:05 (local time).
Monday, Apr 21, 2014
Strombolian explosion from Fuego this morning
Strombolian explosion from Fuego this morning
Merapi (Central Java, Indonesia): (21 Apr) A new explosion occurred at the volcano early yesterday morning (Sun, 20 April), at around 4:25 am local time. VAAC Darwin reported an ash plume rising to approx. 30-35,000 ft (9-11 km) altitude and drifting NWN, and raised the aviation alert level to red. ...more [read all]
Strombolian explosion from Fuego this morning
Strombolian explosion from Fuego this morning
Seismic signal yesterday
Seismic signal yesterday
Activity at the volcano continues to be elevated and increased yesterday, prompting INSIVUMEH to issue a special bulletin yesterday, in which the agency warns that a possible new paroxysm could occur in the near future. ...more [read all]

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