Volcanic activity world-wide 27-28 November 2012: Tolbachik, Lokon-Empung, Paluweh, Fuego, Santa Maria
The Tokyo VAAC reported that an eruption of Tolbachik, Kamchatka began at around 10:45 (GMT). An initial ash plume rose to a height of 10 KM; ash was seen in satellite images.
Mi, 28. Nov 2012, 11:3411:34 AM | VON: VOLCANOBULLETIN
On 28th November, the KVERT raised the Alert Level to ORANGE. The KVERT reported that lava flows and ash explosions have broken out from the northern part of the 1975 eruptive fissure. Heavy ash falls (4 cm thick) have been reported in Krasny Yar, 35 KM away from Klyuchi village to the west. One Russian report stated “volcano's top caldera is being filled with fresh and gushing lava” suggesting explosive eruptions and fire fountains from the summit.
One newspaper reported an eruption from Lokon-Empung volcano on November 28th. The eruption occurred at 10:05 (local time) sending an ash plume to a height of 3.5 KM a.s.l. Several ash plumes were also reported by the Darwin VAAC.
Paluweh volcano, Indonesia produced 2 ash plumes on 28 November. The plume travelled 30 KM to the west.
5 explosions were detected from Fuego volcano, Guatemala producing weak, grey plumes to a height of 4.1 KM a.s.l. that drifted 5 KM southwest.
Santa Maria, Guatemala, is still effusing 4 lava flows from its Santiaguito lava dome complex. Avalanches produced ash plumes that rose to heights of 3 KM and drifted 10 KM SSW. Incandescence was seen at night.
Mo, 26. Nov 2012, 10:53
Volcanic activity world-wide 25-26 November 2012: Tongariro, Chirpoi, Lokon-Empung, Loihi, Manam, Paluweh, Fuego
The GeoNet stated on Facebook that 1% of ejected material from the November 21 eruption of Tongariro was fresh magma. ... Read all
Do, 22. Nov 2012, 16:48
Volcanic activity world-wide 21-22 November 2012: Etna, Lokon, Popocatépetl, Fuego, Santiaguito, Chirpoi, Sakurajima, Ambrym, Nyiragongo
Strombolian activity has resumed at the New SE crater of Etna volcano in Italy. Tremor began rising on 20 November. On the night of 21 November, incandescence was seen in Etna's New Southeast crater. Incandescence was last observed from the crater in April 2012.On 22 Nov, a swarm of earthquakes has started in the NW sector of the volcano at depths mostly around 20 km. ... Read all