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Volcanic activity worldwide 13 Jun 2013: Pacaya, Popocatépetl, Pavlov, Sakurajima, Taal, Nevado del...

Donnerstag Jun 13, 2013 14:39 |

Steam plume from Chirinkotan volcano in the Kuriles on 5 June (Terra false color image)
Steam plume from Chirinkotan volcano in the Kuriles on 5 June (Terra false color image)
SO2 plume from Sakurajima volcano (NOAA)
SO2 plume from Sakurajima volcano (NOAA)
SO2 plume from Manam volcano (NOAA)
SO2 plume from Manam volcano (NOAA)
Current seismic recording from Pavlov volcano (PVV station, AVO)
Current seismic recording from Pavlov volcano (PVV station, AVO)
SO2 plume from Popocatépetl (NOAA)
SO2 plume from Popocatépetl (NOAA)
Seismic recording this morning at Nevado del Ruiz (OLL station, INGEOMINAS)
Seismic recording this morning at Nevado del Ruiz (OLL station, INGEOMINAS)
Tolbachik (Kamchatka): KEVRT reports no changes in the activity of any of the currently active volcanoes in Kamchatka.

Chirinkotan (Northern Kuriles): Some activity is occurring at the volcano. On MODIS Terra satellite images from 5 June, a moderately large steam plume can be seen drifting from the volcano. SVERT has raised the alert level to yellow on 8 June.

Sakurajima (Kyushu, Japan): After 10 days of almost no activity, the volcano has woken up violently with 3 powerful explosions last night (at 22:05 and 23:58 UTC, ash plumes to 10-13,000 ft) and this morning at 04:26. The eruption this morning appears to be one of the largest explosions for a long time, producing an ash plume rising to 16-20,000 ft (5-6 km) altitude. An SO2 plume is also visible on satellite data.
Tokyo VAAC issued a warning of an ash plume drifting SE at flight level 200 (20,000 ft altitude), s. graphic.

Taal (Luzon, Philippines): A pulse of more frequent earthquakes (7-9 per day) has been detected under the volcano in recent days. Other parameters show at present no significant changes.
A slight increase in water temperature (from 33.0 to 33.9 deg C) and the level of the crater lake were measured on 6 June.
... [read more]

Manam (Papua New Guinea): A SO2-enriched plume is visible at Manam today.

Pavlov (Alaska Peninsula, USA): Activity (external and internal) has been decreasing, although now intermittent ash emissions and possibly effusion of lava continue, AVO reports.

Popocatépetl (Central Mexico): The rate of emissions has dropped to less than 1 per hour, but more (small) earthquakes have occurred and a large SO2 plume is visible yesterday on satellite images, suggesting that new magma could be currently intruding at depth.
Weak glow is visible from the crater at night.

Pacaya (Guatemala): The volcano has been quiet yesterday. No explosions occurred. INSIVUMEH reports moderate steaming only.

Nevado del Ruiz (Colombia): Two shallow volcanic-tectonic earthquakes of magnitudes 2.8 and 2.9 occurred this morning at 05:39 local time. Quake hypocenters were at 5 km SW beneath the Arenas crater.
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Location of quakes during the past 2 weeks (IGN)
Mittwoch, Jun 12, 2013
El Hierro (Canary Islands, Spain): Seismic activity of the island has been calm over the past weeks. The number of daily small earthquakes continues to be weakly elevated, with hypocenters clustered under the central and western parts of the island. ... [mehr]
Weak ash plume from Veniaminof (FAA webcam, annotated by Blog Culture Volcan)
Dienstag, Jun 11, 2013
Veniaminof (Alaska Peninsula, USA): A weak eruptive activity has started from the volcano. Since last night, weak ash emissions have appeared from the central cone of the caldera of the volcano. ... [mehr]

Montag, Jun 10, 2013
The week starts with relatively little volcanic activity worldwide: ... [mehr]
Current seismic recording from Veniaminof (VNHG station, AVO)
Sonntag, Jun 09, 2013
Veniaminof (Alaska Peninsula, USA): Over the past 2 days, AVO has detected gradually increasing seismic tremor beneath Veniaminof and therefore raised the Aviation Color Code to Yellow and the Volcano Alert Level to Advisory. ... [mehr]
Seismic recording from San Cristobal volcano yesterday (CRIN station, INETER)
Samstag, Jun 08, 2013
Pavlov (Alaska Peninsula, USA): Weak eruptive activity continues, producing small steam and ash plumes drifting at about 18-20,000 ft (5-6 km) altitude SSE as detected on satellite data (VAAC Anchorage). ... [mehr]

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