Ruapehu volcano (New Zealand): exclusion zone of 2 km around the summit
Di, 20. Nov 2012, 11:0511:05 AM | VON: T
Small earthquakes appear on the otherwise seismic recording from Ruapehu volcano.
Current seismic signal from Wahianoa station (GeoNet)
Alert level remains at 1 as an eruption is not thought imminent, but as a precaution, the New Zealand government has placed a safety exclusion zone of 2 km around the summit area.
Fr, 16. Nov 2012, 07:51
New Zealand scientists monitoring Ruapehu volcano detected signs of increased volcanic unrest and raised the alert level of the volcano. The likelihood of new eruptions over the next weeks to months has increased, GNS Science said in their latest press release. ... Read all
Mi, 14. Nov 2012, 06:00
Ruapehu volcano (North Island, New Zealand) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 14 November-20 November 2012 (New Activity / Unrest)
GeoNet reported that measurements at Ruapehu during the previous few weeks indicated that the likelihood of an eruption had increased. Scientists were concerned that increased heat at depth beneath the crater indicated a partialyl blocked vent and the potential for an eruption due to increased pressure. On 16 November the Volcanic Alert Level remained at 1 (signs of volcano unrest) and the Aviation Colour Code was raised to Yellow. ... Read all