Etna volcano updates and eruption news:
Etna volcano (Italy): ash emissions from NE crater cease, volcano currently calm
Monday Aug 26, 2019 07:08 AM | BY: T
Etna volcano this morning (image: guidetna.it webcam)The volcano observatory (INGV Catania) announced that the intermittent ash emissions from the NE crater, which had been occurring at fluctuating intensity during the past few days ceased yesterday morning. No new emissions were observed after 08:38 local time.
Currently, the volcano seems to be relatively quiet (something that can change very quickly, though). Average seismic activity, ground deformation, and thermal signals are low. Only dense steam plumes are currently rising from the summit craters, mostly Bocca Nuova and SE crater complex.
Thursday, Aug 15, 2019
Ash emissions occurred this morning from the northeast crater. It seems that the ash, brownish in color, was cold and composed of older material, likely from internal collapses in the crater (a portion of the crater rim had collapsed a few days ago). ... [more]
Wednesday, Aug 14, 2019
The summit area of the volcano has been reopened for excursions with authorized mountain guides today. [more]
Etna Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: ONGOING ERUPTION WITH NEGLIGEABLE ASH EMISSION OBS VA DTG: 07/0500Z
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