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Shiveluch Volcano Videos

Stratovolcano 3283 m (10,771 ft)
Kamchatka, 56.65°N / 161.36°E
A beautiful day at erupting Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka (23 Oct 2015)

An exceptionally clear day's time-lapse video from KVERT webcam imagery at Shiveluch volcano. A moderately sized pyroclastic flow as result of small collapse of part of the active lava dome occurs in the afternoon, sending an ash plume to approx. 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. Shiveluch volcano news: http://www.volcanodiscovery.com/shiveluch/news.html

Shiveluch volcano activity today

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano's activity this morning. It seems that a small collapse of the flank of the growing lava dome (center of image) produced a small pyroclastic flow and associated ash plume. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

A day at Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano's activity during the past 13 hours: the active lava dome grows on both sides, produces avalanches and an intense steam plume sometimes containing ash. Larger collapse events and/or explosions triggering pyroclastic flows can occur any time. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano activity 16-20 Feb 2014

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano's activity during 16-20 Feb. Note the frequent glowing avlanches (on particular on 18 Feb 05:50 UTC) More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano eruption 28 Dec 2013

Explosive eruption of Shiveluch volcano (Kamchatka) on the afternoon of 28 Dec 2013, producing a pyroclastic flow and an ash plume rising to over 27,000 ft (8 km) altitude (at 03:07 UTC). More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano,Kamchatka: growing lava dome and incandescent avalanches

Shiveluch volcano,Kamchatka: time-lapse of today's activity (11 Dec 2013): the growing lava dome produces incandescent avalanches and small explosions visible at night. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano - slow motion time-lapse of 2 large pyroclastic flows

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano (Kamchatka): pyroclastic flows afternoon of 3 Dec 2013. As the webcam video shows, at least 2 major pyroclastic flows as well as hot mud flows (lahars, caused by rapid snow melt) were generated this afternoon, the first and largest between 01:24-01:40 (UTC), and the second one shortly afterwards from around 01:41-01:50. The first flow seems to have reached a run-out length of about 10 km to the SW.

Shiveluch volcano eruption 3 Dec 2013: pyroclastic flows and ash plumes

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano's activity today: frequent ash explosions and large collapse events of the active lava dome producing pyroclastic flows and impressive ash plumes rising up to 30,000 ft (10 km) altitude. Glowing avalanches at night. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano - pyroclastic flow on 2 NOv 2013

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano with a pyroclastic flow generated by partial dome collapse on 2 Nov 2013. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano - dome collapse pyroclastic flows on 2 Nov 2013

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano (KVERT webcam) showing two larger pyroclastic flows triggered by partial dome collapse, generating ash plumes that rose to 6-7 km altitude on 2 Nov 2013. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka - activity 15 Oct

Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka, today (15 Oct 2013): glowing avalanches can be seen from the dome at night, strong degassing and weak ash emissions during the day. More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com

Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka: ash emission, time-lapse video

Time-lapse video of Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka, showing small ash emission from the active lava dome today (3 Sep 2013) More at http://webcams.volcanodiscovery.com
Mi, 28. Feb 2024, 15:00

Sheveluch volcano (Central Kamchatka, Russia) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 21 February-27 February 2024 (Continuing Activity)

KVERT reported that eruptive activity at Sheveluch continued during 15-22 February with a thermal anomaly identified in satellite images during 16, 18-19, and 22 February. On 19 February plumes of resuspended ash rose to 2.5 km (8,200 ft) a.s.l. and drifted about 55 km ESE. ... Read all
Mi, 21. Feb 2024, 15:00

Sheveluch volcano (Central Kamchatka, Russia) - Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report for 14 February-20 February 2024 (Continuing Activity)

KVERT reported that the eruption at Sheveluch continued during 8-15 February with a daily thermal anomaly identified in satellite images. The Aviation Color Code remained at Orange (the third level on a four-color scale). Dates are based on UTC times; specific events are in local time where noted. ... Read all