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Etna volcan
Stratovolcan complexe Currently about 3329 m (changing due to eruptive activity and collapse of its crater rims)
Sicile (Italie), 37.75°N / 14.99°E
Condition actuelle: en éruption (4 sur 5)
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Hérbergement Eruptions du volcan Etna:
En activité quasi permanente ; certaines grandes éruptions historiques telles que : en 122 BC (éruption explosive du sommet), AD 1669 (éruption sur le flanc sud dévastatrice), 1787 (l'une des plus spectaculaires éruptions au sommet enregistrée - fontaines de lave, semble-t-il, jusqu'à 3000 m de haut).
Les éruptions depuis 1950 (f: flanc / s: activité sommitale): 1950-51(f), 1952(s), 1953(s?), 1955-64(s), 1966-1970(s), 1966(f), 1971(f), 1971-1980(s), 1974(f), 1978(f), 1979(f), 1980-81(s), 1981 (f), 1983(f), 1984(s), 1985(f), 1986(s), 1987(f), 1987(s), 1989(f), 1989-1991(s), 1991-93(f), 1995-2001(s), 2001(f), 2002(s), 2002-03(f), 2004-2005 (f),2006(s),2007(s),2008-9(f)
Style éruptif tipique:
Effusive (coulée de lave et fontaine de lave) et explosive avec des éruptions modérées stromboliennes et parfois phréatomagmatiques. Les deux types d’activités éruptives ont lieu fréquemment au sommet et sur ses flancs. Ses éruptions latérales au niveau des flancs, semblent se regrouper sur des laps de temps d’environs quelques dizaines d’années
Derniers séismes proches
Voyages au volcan Etna
Volcans d'Italie - le Grand Tour (15 jours d'expédition du Vésuve à l’Etna)
Circuit Etna Trekking (Randonnées guidées privées - voyages trekking sur le volcan Etna)
Etna Volcan Spécial (4/5 jours - expédition sur le volcan du mont Etna, Italie)
Etna Discovery (8-days hiking & study tour on Mt. Etna volcano, Italy)
Montagnes de Feu - du Stromboli à l'Etna (marche et voyage d'étude avec un volcanologue vers les volcans Etna, Vulcano, Lipari et Stromboli)

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Sentinel hub | Landsat 8
Most recommended:
The best place to stay near Mt Etna is no doubt the Corsaro hotel, located a few 100 m from the cable car station at La Sapienza cable car station on Etna South: Hotel Corsaro Plus d'info sur l'Etna...

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Volcan Etna - actualités

Volcan Etna - actualités

Etna volcano update: Continuing ash emissions from Bocca Nuova and NE crater

mar., 29 janv. 2019, 13:43
13:43 PM | AUTEUR : T
Ash emissions from Etna this morning from Bocca Nuova visible in backgroun, with the SE crater in front (image: LAVE webcam)
Ash emissions from Etna this morning from Bocca Nuova visible in backgroun, with the SE crater in front (image: LAVE webcam)
The activity at the volcano continues with pulsating, often strong ash emissions from the NE and Bocca Nuova craters at intervals of few minutes.
However, seismic activity remains low and there are currently no indications that these ash emissions (even though they are quite spectacular sometimes) are caused by fresh magma rising and might herald possible new activity in the near future.
More likely, they reflect internal adjustments of the conduits and internal reservoirs still drained by the flank eruption on Christmas 2018 (i.e. the ashes could be largely from fragmented older material).
Actualités précédentes
mer., 23 janv. 2019, 20:37
Aerial view of Etna on 22 Jan 2019 showing the ash plume from the NE crater, view from the west
The volcano continues to be restless, although it has been calming down overall during the past weeks. Small earthquakes, although less in numbers and size (rarely exceeding magnitude 2) continue to occur in clusters under the western, southern and eastern flanks. lire toutes

Etna volcano update: Continuing ash emissions from Bocca Nuova and NE crater

mar., 29 janv. 2019, 13:43
13:43 PM | AUTEUR : T
Ash emissions from Etna this morning from Bocca Nuova visible in backgroun, with the SE crater in front (image: LAVE webcam)
Ash emissions from Etna this morning from Bocca Nuova visible in backgroun, with the SE crater in front (image: LAVE webcam)
The activity at the volcano continues with pulsating, often strong ash emissions from the NE and Bocca Nuova craters at intervals of few minutes.
However, seismic activity remains low and there are currently no indications that these ash emissions (even though they are quite spectacular sometimes) are caused by fresh magma rising and might herald possible new activity in the near future.
More likely, they reflect internal adjustments of the conduits and internal reservoirs still drained by the flank eruption on Christmas 2018 (i.e. the ashes could be largely from fragmented older material).
Actualités précédentes
mer., 23 janv. 2019, 20:37
Aerial view of Etna on 22 Jan 2019 showing the ash plume from the NE crater, view from the west
The volcano continues to be restless, although it has been calming down overall during the past weeks. Small earthquakes, although less in numbers and size (rarely exceeding magnitude 2) continue to occur in clusters under the western, southern and eastern flanks. lire toutes
 

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