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Latest volcano news:
lunes, jun 18, 2018
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Buenos Aires (VAAC) issued the following report: ... [Leer más]
lunes, jun 18, 2018
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Washington (VAAC) issued the following report: ... [Leer más]
lunes, jun 18, 2018
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Washington (VAAC) issued the following report: ... [Leer más]
Image taken of Sakurajima’s ash plume that rose after the volcano’s large explosion on 16.06.2018 around 7h19 local time (photo Tomoaki Iwakiri / Twitter)
lunes, jun 18, 2018
On Saturday morning June 16, 2018, at 7h19 AM local time a strong explosion occurred from Sakurajima’s Minamidake crater. The eruption created an ash plume that rose about 4700 me above the crater and then drifted to the west. There were observations of pyroclastic flows running down the volcano’s southwest flank and significant ash falls were reported to cover Kagoshima. The volcano’s alert level is maintained at 3 – do not approach – since the start of its increased activity on February 5, 2016. ... [Leer más]
Photograph showing the fissure through which lava erupts during the current  of the Fernandina volcano (source: Marcelo Izquierdo, Yate la Pinta).
lunes, jun 18, 2018
After a short precursory period of seismic unrest, the volcano on Fernandino island, Galapagos, started a new eruptive phase on Saturday 16 June around 11h00 – 11h15 local time. A fissure on its NNE flank opened up with lava fountains that produced flows which quickly reached the sea. ... [Leer más]
Photograph showing the inward slumping of Halema‘uma‘u crater rim and walls in response to ongoing subsidence of Kilauea’s summit. This view to the southwest, taken after the explosion that occurred on the morning of 16 June, a section of dark-coloured wall rock (center left) has detached and dropped downward into the crater. (HVO/USGS)
lunes, jun 18, 2018
Kilauea’s summit caldera continues to subside in response to the withdrawal of magma from beneath the volcano’s summit that drains to the Lower East Rift Zone eruption site. The seismic cycle with M5 events and explosions in Halema’uama’u crater also persists, resulting in inward slumping of the crater rim and walls. ... [Leer más]
This photo take during a 17 June, 2018, morning overflight shows a fissure 8 lava fountain pulsing to heights of 50 m (165 ft) within the cinder spatter cone. (HVO/USGS)
lunes, jun 18, 2018
Throughout the weekend, Kilauea’s lower East Rift Zone eruption persisted to vigorously effusive large amounts of lava from fissure 8 which travelled along the well established 13 km (8 mile) channel to the broad ocean entry at Kapoho. ... [Leer más]

 

What's erupting? List & map of currently active volcanoes

Europa y el Océano Atlántico:
Islandia:
África y Océano Índico:
Indonesia:
  • Sinabung (Sumatra, Indonesia)
  • Dukono (Halmahera, Indonesia)
  • Ibu (Halmahera, Indonesia)
  • Semeru (East Java, Indonesia)
  • Merapi (Central Java, Indonesia)
  • Awu (Al norte de Sulawesi y las islas Sangihe, Indonesia)
  • Karangetang (Siau Island, Sangihe Islands, Indonesia)
  • Lokon-Empung (North Sulawesi, Indonesia)
  • Agung (Bali, Indonesia)
  • Sangeang Api (Indonesia)
  • Bromo (East Java, Indonesia)
  • Krakatoa (Sunda Strait, Indonesia)
  • Dieng (El centro de Java, Indonesia)
  • Kerinci (Sumatra, Indonesia)
  • Marapi (Western Sumatra, Indonesia)
  • Gamkonora (Halmahera, Indonesia)
  • Soputan (North Sulawesi, Indonesia)
  • Gamalama (Halmahera, Indonesia)
  • Makian (Halmahera, Indonesia)
  • Iya (Flores, Indonesia)
  • Ebulobo (Flores, Indonesia)
  • Egon (Flores, Indonesia)
  • Lewotobi (Flores, Indonesia)
  • Paluweh (off Flores Island, Indonesia)
  • Lewotolo (Menores Islas de la Sonda, Indonesia)
  • Batu Tara (Islas de la sonda, Indonesia)
  • Papandayan (West Java, Indonesia)
  • Tangkubanparahu (West Java, Indonesia)
  • Banda Api (Banda del Mar, Indonesia)
  • Slamet (El centro de Java, Indonesia)
Islas Aleutianas, Alaska y América del Norte:
  • Katmai (Península de Alaska, Estados Unidos)
  • Bogoslof (Estados Unidos, las Islas Aleutianas)
  • Cleveland (Islas Aleutianas, Alaska)
  • Semisopochnoi (Estados Unidos, las Islas Aleutianas)
México, América Central y Caribe:
América del sur:
Otras regiones:
  • Erebus (La Antártida)
  • Bristol Island (Es Reino Unido, Sandwich del Sur)
  • Michael (Es Reino Unido, Sandwich del Sur)
  • Zavodovski (South Sandwich Islands (UK))
  • Siple (Marie Byrd Land, Western Antarctica)
Océano Pacífico:
  • Kilauea (Hawai)
  • Bagana (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea)
  • Kadovar (Al noreste de Nueva Guinea, Papua Nueva Guinea)
  • Yasur (Tanna Island, Vanuatu)
  • Ambrym (Vanuatu)
  • Aoba (Vanuatu)
  • Fernandina (Las Islas Galápagos, Ecuador)
  • Loihi (Estados Unidos, islas hawaianas)
  • Langila (Nueva Bretaña, Papua Nueva Guinea)
  • Ulawun (Nueva Bretaña, Papua Nueva Guinea)
  • Manam (Papua Nueva Guinea)
  • Lopevi (Vanuatu)
  • Tinakula (Santa Cruz Islands, Solomon Islands)
  • Sierra Negra (Isabela Island, Galapagos)
  • Mauna Loa (Big Island, Hawai'i)
  • Karkar (Al noreste de Nueva Guinea, Papua Nueva Guinea)
  • Ruapehu (Isla Norte, New Zealand)
  • Tongariro (North Island, Nueva Zelanda)
  • Isla Blanca (New Zealand)
  • Macdonald (Austral Islands,  )
  • Suretamatai (Banks Islands, Vanuatu)
Anillo de fuego (Islas Kuriles a Filipinas):
=gran erupción =erupción =menor actividad / alerta de erupción =disturbios
 

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