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Fuego volcan
Stratovolcano 3,763 m / 12,346 ft
Guatemala, 14.47°N / -90.88°W
Condition actuelle: en éruption (4 sur 5)
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Eruptions du volcan Fuego:
1581, 1585, 1586, 1587, 1614, 1617, 1620, 1623, 1629, 1679(?), 1685, 1686, 1689(?), 1699, 1702, 1705, 1706, 1709(?), 1710,1717,1730, 1732, 1737, 1751(?), 1765(?), 1773(?), 1799, 1826, 1829, 1850(?), 1852(?), 1855, 1856, 1857, 1860, 1861(?), 1867(?), 1880, 1896, 1932, 1944, 1949, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1962, 1963, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1987, 1999, 2002 - ongoing
Style éruptif tipique:
Dominantly explosive, construction of lava domes and extrusion of viscous lava flows. In near constant activity, at least during the past centuries.
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Satellite image of Fuego volcano by (c) Google Earth View
Satellite image of Fuego volcano by (c) Google Earth View
 

Actualités volcan: Volcan Fuego (Guatemala)

Fuego volcano (Guatemala): violent paroxysmal phase has ended / summary and video

samedi juil. 30, 2016 10:28 | AUTEUR : T

Ash plume from Fuego yesterday morning with lava fountains
Ash plume from Fuego yesterday morning with lava fountains
Fuego this morning with only remnants of the lava flow
Fuego this morning with only remnants of the lava flow
Pyroclastic flow at Fuego yesterday
Pyroclastic flow at Fuego yesterday
Tremor amplitude during the paroxysm and the lava flow (INSIVUMEH)
Tremor amplitude during the paroxysm and the lava flow (INSIVUMEH)
Area affected by ash fall (CONRED)
Area affected by ash fall (CONRED)
Current seismic signal FG3 station (INSIVUMEH)
Current seismic signal FG3 station (INSIVUMEH)
Heat signal from Fuego volcano (MIROVA)
Heat signal from Fuego volcano (MIROVA)
The paroxysm at Fuego, which had reached its peak phase during the night of Thu-Fri (28-29 July) has ended. Starting from the early afternoon yesterday (local time), activity gradually decreased and the volcano's activity has by now returned to intermittent smaller strombolian explosions.
The lava effusion dropped as well. As of yesterday evening, the two lava flows on the SE side were still active and 1500 m long while explosions at the vent were still reaching 400 meters height; by this morning, the lava flows continued to be active, but had decreased to a few hundred of meters length and are probably going to stop soon.
(Video of the eruption at end of article)

The recent paroxysmal eruptive phase (the 12th in 2016) with pulsating lava fountains and continuous ash emissions had lasted approx. 12 hours at its climax during the night 28-29 and morning of 29 July. It was described as one of the strongest so far this year.
This is also reflected by the thermal heat signal measured via satellite and the fact that it generated pyroclastic flows on several sides of the volcano (by collapsing parts of the lava flows and/or ejecta from the summit). A relatively large one can be seen descending to the western foot of the volcano on the webcam image on the SW side from yesterday morning.
CONRED (Guatemala's Civil Protection) had declared Orange alert for the Yepocapa municipality.
Another indication of the strength of the eruption was the relatively large amount of ash emitted. The ash plumes during the eruption reached 15-20,000 ft (4.5-6 km) altitude, i.e. 2000-2500 meters above the summit and drifted to the west, where moderate to strong ash fall occurred in distances up to approx. 20 km.

Actualités précédentes
Lava fountaining from Fuego volcano this morning
vendredi, juil. 29, 2016
Another intense eruptive phase with strong explosions, lava fountaining and abundant lava flow activity is in progress at the volcano. ... [details]
Fuego's lava flow this morning (INSIVUMEH webcam from east side)
lundi, juil. 25, 2016
A small lava flow is descending on the upper SE flank into the Santa Teresa drainage, generating near-constant small glowing avalanches. ... [details]
Strong explosion at Fuego with incandescent avalanches this morning (INSIVUMEH webcam)
mardi, juil. 19, 2016
Strombolian-type explosions have increased in size and frequency during the past days. Many of the explosions ejected lava bombs to several hundred meters above the crater and caused spectacular incandescent avalanches on the upper slopes. ... [details]
Fuego volcano this morning with the remaining lava flow on the SE side (INSIVUMEH)
lundi, juin 27, 2016
The 10th paroxysmal episode at the volcano in 2016 has come to an end and the volcano is now back to its normal state of intermittent mild to moderate strombolian explosions, ejecting incandescent material up to 100 m above the summit vents, at intervals of 1-2 hours on average. ... [details]
Lava fountaining at Fuego this morning (seen from Panimache, SW side)
lundi, mai 23, 2016
The 9th paroxysmal eruption in 2016 is in progress at the volcano: starting yesterday, explosions have become stronger and more frequent. As the magma output rate increased strongly, the explosions have turned into pulsating lava fountains and a lava flow began to travel down the Las Lajas ravine on the SE flank, currently reaching about 1200-1500 m length. ... [details]

Actualités volcan: Volcan Fuego (Guatemala)

Fuego volcano (Guatemala): violent paroxysmal phase has ended / summary and video

samedi juil. 30, 2016 10:28 | AUTEUR : T

Ash plume from Fuego yesterday morning with lava fountains
Ash plume from Fuego yesterday morning with lava fountains
Fuego this morning with only remnants of the lava flow
Fuego this morning with only remnants of the lava flow
Pyroclastic flow at Fuego yesterday
Pyroclastic flow at Fuego yesterday
Tremor amplitude during the paroxysm and the lava flow (INSIVUMEH)
Tremor amplitude during the paroxysm and the lava flow (INSIVUMEH)
Area affected by ash fall (CONRED)
Area affected by ash fall (CONRED)
Current seismic signal FG3 station (INSIVUMEH)
Current seismic signal FG3 station (INSIVUMEH)
Heat signal from Fuego volcano (MIROVA)
Heat signal from Fuego volcano (MIROVA)
The paroxysm at Fuego, which had reached its peak phase during the night of Thu-Fri (28-29 July) has ended. Starting from the early afternoon yesterday (local time), activity gradually decreased and the volcano's activity has by now returned to intermittent smaller strombolian explosions.
The lava effusion dropped as well. As of yesterday evening, the two lava flows on the SE side were still active and 1500 m long while explosions at the vent were still reaching 400 meters height; by this morning, the lava flows continued to be active, but had decreased to a few hundred of meters length and are probably going to stop soon.
(Video of the eruption at end of article)

The recent paroxysmal eruptive phase (the 12th in 2016) with pulsating lava fountains and continuous ash emissions had lasted approx. 12 hours at its climax during the night 28-29 and morning of 29 July. It was described as one of the strongest so far this year.
This is also reflected by the thermal heat signal measured via satellite and the fact that it generated pyroclastic flows on several sides of the volcano (by collapsing parts of the lava flows and/or ejecta from the summit). A relatively large one can be seen descending to the western foot of the volcano on the webcam image on the SW side from yesterday morning.
CONRED (Guatemala's Civil Protection) had declared Orange alert for the Yepocapa municipality.
Another indication of the strength of the eruption was the relatively large amount of ash emitted. The ash plumes during the eruption reached 15-20,000 ft (4.5-6 km) altitude, i.e. 2000-2500 meters above the summit and drifted to the west, where moderate to strong ash fall occurred in distances up to approx. 20 km.

Actualités précédentes
Lava fountaining from Fuego volcano this morning
vendredi, juil. 29, 2016
Another intense eruptive phase with strong explosions, lava fountaining and abundant lava flow activity is in progress at the volcano. ... [details]
Fuego's lava flow this morning (INSIVUMEH webcam from east side)
lundi, juil. 25, 2016
A small lava flow is descending on the upper SE flank into the Santa Teresa drainage, generating near-constant small glowing avalanches. ... [details]
Strong explosion at Fuego with incandescent avalanches this morning (INSIVUMEH webcam)
mardi, juil. 19, 2016
Strombolian-type explosions have increased in size and frequency during the past days. Many of the explosions ejected lava bombs to several hundred meters above the crater and caused spectacular incandescent avalanches on the upper slopes. ... [details]
Fuego volcano this morning with the remaining lava flow on the SE side (INSIVUMEH)
lundi, juin 27, 2016
The 10th paroxysmal episode at the volcano in 2016 has come to an end and the volcano is now back to its normal state of intermittent mild to moderate strombolian explosions, ejecting incandescent material up to 100 m above the summit vents, at intervals of 1-2 hours on average. ... [details]
Lava fountaining at Fuego this morning (seen from Panimache, SW side)
lundi, mai 23, 2016
The 9th paroxysmal eruption in 2016 is in progress at the volcano: starting yesterday, explosions have become stronger and more frequent. As the magma output rate increased strongly, the explosions have turned into pulsating lava fountains and a lava flow began to travel down the Las Lajas ravine on the SE flank, currently reaching about 1200-1500 m length. ... [details]
 

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