Etna volcano (Italy) activity update: weak ash emissions from Central summit crater
sam., 22 juin 2019, 14:1214:12 PM | AUTEUR : T
The volcano observatory (INGV Catania) reported that after a pause in explosive activity from its summit crater, weak intermittent ash emissions have resumed this morning.
Ash emission from Etna's Voragine summit crater this afternoon (image: INGV Catania)
This weak activity originates from Etna's Voragine and possibly also the Bocca Nuova summit craters. No other monitoring parameters currently suggest an increase of activity in the near future.
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