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Volcano Calendar 2019
: We're proud to present our 2019 volcano calendar: 13 different and attractive images of volcanoes, volcanic landscapes and phenomena taken during volcano tours over the past few years.
: "One of the most eye-catching guides to the world’s volcanoes ever published."
: Depuis 2005, VolcanoDiscovery propose des voyages en petits groupes, des randonnées et du trekking, ainsi que des expéditions pour voir des volcans actuellement en activité, des voyages photographiques dans de nombreuses régions d’activité volcanique à travers le monde.
The Volcano Adventure Guide
: Excellent information and background for anyone wishing to visit active volcanoes safely and enjoyably. The book presents guidelines to visiting 42 different volcanoes around the world.
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Batu Tara volcano sat by (c) Google Earth View
Batu Tara volcano news:
Batu Tara volcano (Sunda Islands, Indonesia): new explosion with ash rising to 8,000 ft (2.4 km)
Saturday Oct 06, 2012 10:05 AM | AUTEUR : T
After some days with no reported ash plumes, new explosions occurred at Batu Tara today and sent an ash plume to 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude.
Monday, Oct 01, 2012
Join us on an exciting adventure to one of the world's most active volcanoes in the remote Sunda Islands! [details]
Thursday, Sep 27, 2012
An ash plume at 8,000 ft (2.4 km) altitude was sighted from the volcano today. [details]
Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012
After a few days with no larger ash eruption detected, an ash plume rising to 8,000 ft was reported by a pilot early today. [details]
Tuesday, Sep 18, 2012
No explosions were identified during the past 48 hours. [details]
Plus sur VolcanoDiscovery:
Small spherical balls of volcanic ash that form from a wet nucleus falling through a volcanic ash cloud.
: Lists and maps of earthquakes in the world in near real time. Country lists, earthquake archive, and I-felt-it reports.
Top 20 quakes in 2016
: Several magnitude 7 quakes occurred in 2016 (but none above M8): Papua New Guinea, NZ, Ecuador, Solomon Islands, Sumatra, Chile, Alaska and others - nearly all major earthquakes were located near active subduction zones.
See the top 20 list of largest quakes in 2016 with this map.
A violent vulcanian-type explosion from Anak Krakatau in pictures step by step.