Lascar volcano, Northern Chile: news & activity updates
The Buenos Aires VAAC reported that on 11 March an ash cloud from Lascar rose to 5.5-6.7 km (18,000-22,000 ft) a.s.l. and drifted E.Read all
Jorge Clavero, José A. Naranjo (Chilean Geological Survey) and Juan Cayupi (Chilean Emergency Office) sent the following report summarizing Lascar's activity over the past months:Read all
Jorge Clavero Ribes from the Chilean Geological Survey (Sernageomin) and Juan Cayupi-Chilean Emergency Office (ONEMI) sent the following report about the recent eruptions at Lascar volcano:Read all
Lascar volcano IN TheCentral Andes (Northern Chile) started erupting on Tuesday morning (18 April, 2006). A column of steam and ash rose to about 3,000 m (1,864 miles) above the summit crater.
Lascar volcano erupted last week, as the Buenos Aires VAAC reported: seen on satellite imagery early on 4 May, Lascar volcano in Chile sent an ash plume into the 4.5-10.6 km a.s.l. range (15,000-35,000 feet), where it was moving to the SE.Read all