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Dukono volcano news & eruption updates
Dukono volcano (Halmahera, Indonesia) activity update
Tuesday Aug 11, 2015 10:09 AM | BY: T
The volcano continues to produce near-continuous ash clouds that reached a length of approx. 100 km towards the west this morning.
Sunday, Aug 09, 2015
An ash plume was visible on satellite imagery this morning, extending 50 km NE from the volcano (VAAC Darwin).
Monday, Aug 03, 2015
The volcano continues to erupt near constant ash plumes from small to moderate, but nearly continuous explosions from the vents inside its crater. ...
Tuesday, Jul 28, 2015
Strong ash emissions continue at the volcano. VAAC Darwin reported an ash plume extending 25 km north of the volcano yesterday.
Friday, Jul 10, 2015
The volcano continues to erupt dense, but low level ash plumes that often can be detected on satellite imagery drifting 30-50 km NE.
Sunday, Jul 05, 2015
Activity (explosions, ash emissions) remains elevated. An ash plume was observed extending 70 km NE from the volcano on 3 July (VAAC Darwin).
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