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lava cone (stratovolcano) 1750 m / 5,741 ft
Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea, -6.14°S / 155.2°ECurrent status
: minor activity or eruption warning
(3 out of 5)Bagana webcams / live data
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Bagana volcano eruptions:
2012, 1972-2011, 1970-71, 1968, 1966-67, 1964-65, 1962-63, 1961, 1959(?)-60, 1953, 1952, 1948-51, 1945-47, 1943, 1939, 1938, 1937, 1909(?), 1908, 1899, 1897, 1894-95, 1883, 1865-83, 1842Typical eruption style:
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Bagana volcano: news and activity updates
Bagana volcano (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea) activity update
Saturday Nov 16, 2013 10:51 AM | BY: T
An explosion this morning produced an ash plume to 9,000 ft (2.7 km) altitude this morning, VAAC Darwin reported.
Thursday, Nov 14, 2013
Explosions continue. An ash plume was spotted this morning at 9,000 ft (2,7 km) altitude extending 60 nautical miles to the west. [more]
Monday, Nov 04, 2013
A relatively large SO2 plume from the volcano today indicates a surge in activity (ash explosions, strombolian activity?). [more]
Thursday, Oct 03, 2013
Elevated SO2 emissions suggest that current activity is strong at the volcano. [more]
Thursday, Sep 19, 2013
It seems that the volcano has entered a more active phase, producing several explosions in the past days that sent ash plumes to altitudes of 8-9,000 ft (2.4-2.7 km) altitude. ... [more]
Monday, Sep 16, 2013
An eruption was reported this morning, producing an ash plume rising to 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude and drifting 30 nautical miles to the NW (VAAC Darwin). [more]
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