Etna volcano updates and eruption news:
Etna volcano update: Rising tremor - possible sign of a new paroxysm?
Monday Nov 09, 2015 23:32 PM | BY: T
Rising tremor signal from Etna volcano (EBCN station, INGV)
During the past hours, volcanic tremor has bee rising strongly. In the past, this has often been a sign of an impending paroxysm (violent summit eruptive phase). Whether this is the case now is too early to say.
Thermal image of the New SE crater
So far, no significant activity is visible from the New SE crater (NSEC), although a hot spot is present on thermal webcam images.
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Sunday, Nov 08, 2015
Etna remains highly restless. A peak in volcanic tremor occurred last night but with no visible changes in surface activity. Weak strombolian activity continues from the vent inside the Voragine summit craters. [more]
Tuesday, Nov 03, 2015
On November 1st a quite energetic seismo-volcanic event occurred most probably from the Bocca Nuova crater. Since that time there has been a change in the seismic tremor. ... [more]
Thursday, Oct 29, 2015
After several weeks of calm, new activity has started during the past days inside the central Voragine crater. Mild strombolian explosions have been observed from a vent at the bottom of the crater. ... [more]
Friday, Aug 21, 2015
Etna has been mostly calm during the past months. However, signs of unrest have appeared in the form of dilute ash emissions from the central crater (Voragine). ... [more]