Stromboli volcano (Italy) activity update: decreasing trend of activity
Mi, 2. Okt 2019, 07:1007:10 AM | VON: T
Moderate explosion from Stromboli volcano earlier this morning (image: INGV thermal cam)
The activity at the volcano continues to be elevated overall, but has been decreasing slowly during the past weeks.
Activitity index of Stromboli remains "high" (image: LGS)
No more significant lava overflows have occurred recently. The frequency of strombolian-type eruptions remains quite high with typically more than 15 per hour (one every 3-4 minutes), and sizes vary from small to moderate.
According to LGS, the amplitude of seismic tremor, infrasonic activity and acoustic pressure of explosions as well as rockfall activity are medium. No significant variations in ground deformation have been detected.
SO2 flux in the NE sector of the crater terrace is low.
Fr, 30. Aug 2019, 13:00
Stromboli volcano (Italy): intense activity during the night, very strong explosion, lava flows reach the sea
Yesterday evening, activity at the volcano increased again significantly (after having dropped a bit during after the paroxysm on Wed 28 Aug): ... Read all
Do, 29. Aug 2019, 05:37
The lava overflow on the upper NE part of the Sciara which had been active following the paroxysm of yesterday seems to have mostly ceased during the night. Read all