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Submarine volcano 150 m / 492 ft
United States, Aleutian Islands, 53.93°N / -168.03°W
: normal or dormant
(1 out of 5)
Bogoslof volcano eruptions:
2016-17, 1992, 1951 (?), 1931 (?), 1926-28, 1913, (?), 1909-10, 1908 (?), 1907, 1906, 1883, 1806, 1786
Typical eruption style:
Bogoslof volcano news & activity updates:
Bogoslof volcano (Aleutian Islands): no further ash emissions since last night
Tue, 8 Aug 2017, 18:44
18:44 PM | BY: T
The Alaska Volcano Observatory reports that "no further ash emissions have occurred since the 3-hour-long eruption on Monday, 7 August that began around 10:00 AKST (18:00 UTC), and seismicity remains low.
"We are therefore lowering the Aviation Color Code to ORANGE and the Alert Level to WATCH. Additional ash-producing eruptions could occur at any time, however, with no detectable precursors." (AVO)
After a period of 4 weeks of calm, another strong explosive eruption occurred last night at the volcano, generating an ash plume that rose to estimated 32,000 ft (10 km) altitude. read all
The volcano remains very active with intermittent short-lived, but strong explosive eruptions every few days, something that has now been going on for more than 6 months. ... read all
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