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Stromboli volcano (Eolian Islands, Italy): intense and short-lived strombolian activity yesterday

Di, 18. Jan 2022, 00:47
00:47 AM | VON: MARTIN
Small lava flow in the upper part of Sciara del Fuoco yesterday (image: @INGVvulcani/twitter)
Small lava flow in the upper part of Sciara del Fuoco yesterday (image: @INGVvulcani/twitter)
A phase of short intense activity occurred at the volcano yesterday.
The National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Etneo Observatory (INGV) reported that a vigorous lava spattering was seen from the northern sector of the crater terrace starting about 16:50 local time producing incandescent avalanches.
Accumulated glowing lava blocks detached from it and descended on the Sciara del Fuoco to the shore.
At 18:30 local time, a small lava flow was being observed at the upper part of the Sciara del Fuoco.
A typical precursor has been detected prior to the eruption when a moderate rise of volcanic tremor at 16:40 local time indicated rapid magma flux towards the surface.
At 22:25 local time, the activity returned back to medium-low levels and the effusive eruption ceased.
Source: National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology, Etneo Observatory volcano activity update 17 January 2022

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Fr, 17. Dez 2021, 18:19
Spattering from the N2 vents and start of a strombolian eruption (image: Stromboli a piedi webcam)
The volcano has been quite active recently, with an increase of explosions from its several active vents, clustered in the northern (N) and central-southern (CS) sectors of the current crater terrace. ... Read all
Mi, 1. Dez 2021, 08:06
INGV reported that during 15-28 November activity at Stromboli was characterized by ongoing explosive activity from five vents in Area N (North Crater area) and four vents in Area C-S (South-Central Crater area). Explosions from Area N vents (N1 and N2) averaged 6-17 events per hour; explosions from two vents in the N1 vent ejected lapilli and bombs 80 m high and explosions at three N2 vents ejected material 80-150 m high. Spattering at N2 was sometimes intense. ... Read all
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