Etna volcano update: lava effusion stopped

dim., 19 juin 2022, 19:51
19:51 PM | AUTEUR : MARTIN
No thermal anomalies detected in the satellite image from 16 June (image: Sentinel 2)
No thermal anomalies detected in the satellite image from 16 June (image: Sentinel 2)
The volcanic tremor continues at medium values (image: INGV)
The volcanic tremor continues at medium values (image: INGV)
It seems the effusive activity at Etna ceased, at least according to the latest satellite imagery on 16 June.
This was later confirmed by the National Institute of Volcanology in Catania (INGV) as well, the fissure vent at 1900 m altitude stopped some time during the night between 15 and 16 June, another ones at 2850 and 2730 m elevation ended on 13 June.
The volcanic tremor continues at medium levels, located at 2,9-3 km altitude.
Source: Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia volcano activity update 19 June 2022

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mer., 15 juin 2022, 18:12
INGV reported that during 6-12 June explosive activity at Etna's Southeast Crater (SEC) produced sporadic and minor ash emissions that rapidly dispersed. The fissure located at the upper part of the Valle del Bove, between 2,700 and 2,900 m elevation, continued to produce lava flows at a variable rate. The flows were most active between 2,000 and 2,100 m elevation but overall were visibly cooling during the week. ... Read all
lun., 13 juin 2022, 04:21
New eruptive fissure from yesterday (left bottom), continuing fissure vents from 29 May (upper right) (image: Alberto Torrisi)
A new eruptive fissure opened in the northern wall of Valle del Bove yesterday. ... Read all
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