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Stratovolcano(es) 1061 m / 3,481 ft
Nicaragua, 12.6°N / -86.85°W
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Erupciones del volcán Telica:
2016, 2015, 2013, 2011, 2007, 2006, 2004, 1999-2000, 1994, 1987, 1981-82, 1981, 1976-78, 1975-76, 1969-71, 1966, 1965, 1962, 1951, 1948-49, 1946, 1943-44, 1941(?), 1940, 1939, 1939, 1937-38, 1934, 1929, 1928, 1927, 1918(?), 1907, 1791, 1765, 1743(?), 1685, 1613, 1529, 1527(?)
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Telica volcano (Nicaragua), eruption news & updates:
Telica volcano (Nicaragua) activity update: glow at night reported
martes ene 10, 2012 00:01 | POR: T
jueves, may 26, 2011
Small to medium-sized ash eruptions continued at Telica volcano during 18-20 May, producing ash plumes. On 18 May a strong explosion lasted 6 minutes and produced an ash plume rising 2.6 km above the crater. 15 small explosions occurred during 18-19 May with ash plumes rising 500-800 m. Similar explosions occurred in the following days, but calmed down somewhat during 20-21. ... leer todo
miércoles, may 18, 2011
INETER reports new explosions at Telica volcano on 16 May 2011. The ash cloud reached a height of 1.2 km and caused ash fall on the SE side of the volcano affecting the communities of Cristo Rey, Las Colinas and La Quemada. ... leer todo
viernes, ene 12, 2007
Telica stratovolcano had a weak phreatic eruption on 9 January starting at around 15h00 local time, following seismic precursors starting from around 07h00. Explosions from the central crater ejected gas and ash to 500 m elevation. leer todo
Más en VolcanoDiscovery
: In the afternoon of 17 Oct, a particularly violent explosion occurred at Anak Krakatau, blasting away a portion of the southern crater rim. A similar event might have been the final trigger for the catastrophic landslide that let the cone collapse and cause a devastating tsunami on 22 Dec 2018.