Etna volcano updates and eruption news:
Etna volcano update: Strombolian eruptions and lava flow
Sunday Feb 01, 2015 19:32 PM | BY: T
Etna seen from Paternó on the SSW flank
The new eruptive phase continues. Dense cloud cover has prevented detailed observations, but from occasional clearings and other observations, it seems that the intense strombolian eruptions are going on from a vent between the old and New SE crater, feeding a lava flow, at least 2.5 km long onto the southwestern slope.
Current tremor amplitude (ESLN station, INGV Catania)
Tremor remains high.
Saturday, Jan 31, 2015
After a few days of apparent calm, new activity resumes on Etna: Seismic tremor started to rise steeply this morning about 6:00 (local time). At the moment it is still elevated with an overall increasing tendency. ... [more]
Friday, Jan 16, 2015
Unrest continues at the summit craters. After strombolian activity from the Central Crater (Voragine) had ceased around 13 Jan, weak ash emissions occurred from the North-East crater yesterday. ... [more]
Sunday, Jan 11, 2015
Explosions and ash emissions of moderate intensity continue from the Voragine crater. ... [more]
Friday, Oct 24, 2014
Occasional explosions from the New SE crater seem to continue. Small ash emissions could be observed on the morning of 22 Oct when clear weather allowed clear views of the crater. Tremor remains low at the moment. [more]