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Volcanic activity worldwide 14 Jan 2014: Sinabung, Aso, Pacaya, Fuego, Dukono

Dienstag Jan 14, 2014 17:03 |
Active vents of Nakadake crater, Aso volcano (Japan)
Active vents of Nakadake crater, Aso volcano (Japan)
The probably largest-so-far pyroclastic flow at Sinabung this morning
The probably largest-so-far pyroclastic flow at Sinabung this morning
Aso (Kyushu): The volcano is active from 2 vents in the Nakadake crater. During the night, sometime strong incandescence, suggesting possible weak (strombolian-type) ejections of lava, steaming and minor ash venting are visible.


Sinabung (Sumatra, Indonesia): After a few days of deceiving calm, the eruption of the volcano intensified again today and produced the so-far largest pyroclastic flows, reaching probably more than 5-6 km in length, and associated ash plumes that rose to approx. 25,000 ft (8 km) altitude:

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Dukono (Halmahera): More explosions occurred today at the volcano. Ash plumes were reported at 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude extending up to 60 nautical miles to the NE.

Pacaya (Guatemala): The volcano continues to effuse a weakly alimented lava flow from the southern fissure and has mild strombolian activity at the summit crater, with explosions occurring about every 2 minutes and ejections reaching 25-70 m above the crater.

Fuego (Guatemala): Activity continues at moderate levels as during the past days. INSIVUMEH counted 13 moderate explosions with shock waves and ash plumes rising 300-800 m. The lava flow on the upper southern slope towards the Trinidad drainage was 300 m long this morning.
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Montag, Jan 13, 2014
Ash plume from Shiveluch this morning (KVERT webcam)
Shiveluch (Kamchatka): The volcano continues to erupt viscous lava and has frequent small to medium-sized explosions. This morning, it produced again an ash plume that rose to estimated 27,000 ft (8.1 km) altitude that drifted WSW, Tokyo VAAC alerted the aviation community. ... alles lesen
Sonntag, Jan 12, 2014
Etna this morning
Etna (Sicily, Italy): No significant changes have occurred. While the continuing unusually warm weather has stripped much of the snow on Etna's southern side, diffuse weak ash emissions are visible from the NE crater and tremor fluctuates at low levels. ... alles lesen
Samstag, Jan 11, 2014
Ash plume from Etna's NE crater seen from Giarre
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Activity remains unchanged. The Northeast crater produces a weak ash plume currently drifting east. Tremor levels are fluctuating, but generally low. ... alles lesen
Freitag, Jan 10, 2014
Ash plume rising from the (hidden) NE crater of Etna this morning (Etna Trekking webcam Schiena dell'Asino)
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Activity and tremor have decreased for now, but weak ash emissions continue to be observed from the NE crater. ... alles lesen
Donnerstag, Jan 09, 2014
Ash emission from Etna's NE crater this morning
Etna (Sicily, Italy): The activity of the volcano has remained similar to the previous days: so far, relatively weak but more or less steady ash emissions are occurring at the North-East crater, and tremor continues its slow rise. Whether this is a precursor to more vigorous activity (from the New SE crater?) remains to be seen probably in the coming days. ... alles lesen
 

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