Karangetang volcano news & updates:
Karangetang volcano (Siau Island, Sangihe Islands, Indonesia) activity update: occasional ash eruptions reaching 3-4 km altitude
jueves may 17, 2012 10:05 | POR: T
VAAC Darwin informó que el 14 de mayo un penacho de ceniza de Karangetang elevó a una altitud de 3,7 km (12.000 pies) msnm y desvió 130 km S-E.
El 16 de mayo un penacho de ceniza nuevo elevó a una altitud de 3,7 km (12.000 pies) msnm y se desvió unos 110 km S-E.
viernes, mar 18, 2011
The activity of Karangetang volcano is increasing. The Indonesian Volcanological Survey has raised the highest level of alert (4), after pyroclastic flows (block and ash flow type) from the new growing lava dome on the summit into the Kali Kali Nanitu und Pangi valleys have have reached nearly 4 km distance from the crater on 18 March. 3 villages have been ordered to evacuate. [Leer más]
sábado, mar 12, 2011
A new eruption started at Karangetang volcano yesterday 11 March (the day the massive Japan earthquake markes history). Karangetang is located on the remote Island of Api Siau north of Northern Sulawesi in Indonesia. Most likely, the new activity consists of strombolian activity, and perhaps intermittent phases of lava fountaining. ... [Leer más]
Karangetang volcano (Siau Island, Indonesia): ongoing strombolian activity and small pyroclastic flows
jueves, sep 30, 2010
Karangetang continues to be active, as a recent report from the Indonesian Volcanological Survey shows, kindly translated in the latest SI/USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report: ... [Leer más]
sábado, ago 07, 2010
A sudden eruption at Karangetang volcano in the remote island of Siau in the Sangihe archipel north of N Sulawesi happened on Friday 5 August and killed at least 4 people, as various news report. Several villagers living around the volcano are missing and many others are injured. ... [Leer más]
jueves, nov 12, 2009
Karangetang is active again, as the GVP/USGS editors report citing local newspaper sources. Batur might be getting active. According to news articles, a pyroclastic flow and a lahar occurred on 4 November. Residents saw active lava flows the next day. On 11 November, incandescent material was ejected ... [Leer más]