Soufrière St. Vincent volcano (St. Vincent Island, West Indies): Volcanic Alert Level lowered to Yellow
Do, 16. Sep 2021, 06:1206:12 AM | VON: MARTIN
The University of the West Indies (UWI) reported that the alert level for the volcano was lowered to "yellow".
Installation of the seismic station at the summit of the volcano on 1 September (image: @uwiseismic/twitter)
The activity at the volcano has decreased over the past three months associated by continuous degassing from the summit vent.
Source: The University of the West Indies volcano activity update 16 September 2021
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