Semeru volcano (E-Java, Indonesia), activity update: ash plumes
A pilot reported a ash plume that rose up to 7 km on 22 September but there wasn´t ash detected on satellite images.
Do, 27. Sep 2007, 19:4219:42 PM | VON: T.S.
Do, 30. Nov 2006, 09:33
Based on a pilot report, the Darwin VAAC reported an ash plume riging to 7.6 km (25,000 ft) on 22 November, drifting to the S. Various other reports and news sources indicate that the crater's typical strombolian is relatively powerful these days and that blocks and bombs are frequently ejected outside the crater. ... alles lesen
Fr, 18. Aug 2006, 03:58
Strombolian activity at Semeru was observed to be weak during the past days when our group observed and climbed the volcano. Ash emissions are taking place at irregular intervals of 5-20 minutes and rarely exceed 300-500 m in height. During the night, only little incandescent bombs and blocks are visible. ... alles lesen
So, 14. Aug 2005, 16:37
Semeru is in a state of high activity as observed by the VolcanoDiscovery team during the past days. Strong strombolian activity is taking place at frequent intervals of 5-10 minutes, producing billowing ash clouds of 1-2 km height and showering much of the summit cone with fresh gray ash. ... alles lesen