News & activity updates from Grozny volcano
Grozny volcano (Iturup Island, Kuriles): small eruption on 3 March
Wednesday Apr 03, 2013 22:31 PM | AUTEUR : T
An eruption from Ivan Grozny volcano was reported yesterday by the Voice of Russia (German edition). According to the short news article, nearby villages received ash fall, and 2 millimeters of ash fell in Kurilsk town. Clouds prevented direct observations, and there was no sulfur odor detected.
Civil protection assured the population that there was no danger, the Voice of Russia wrote.
Saturday, Mar 30, 2013
Tokyo VAAC reported a possible eruption occurred yesterday around 11:00 GMT. A volcanic ash plume was observed at 7,000 ft (2.1 km) altitude and drifting eastwards. [details]
Wednesday, Feb 20, 2013
SVERT reported that a gas and ash plume rose to an altitude of about 3000 m on 16 February. [details]
Monday, Sep 17, 2012
According to satellite and visual observations Ivan Grozny volcano is at the state of medium fumarolic activity and was therefore placed back to "green" level by SVERT. [details]
Thursday, Sep 06, 2012
Based on visual observations and analyses of satellite imagery, SVERT reported that during 23 August-3 September fumarolic activity at Grozny Group increased. The Aviation Color Code remained at Yellow. [details]
Grozny volcano (Iturup Island, Kuril Islands) activity update: ash eruption to 4-5 km suspected by satellite imagery
Saturday, Aug 25, 2012
A possible eruption of Grozny (ETOROFU-YAKEYAMA in Japanese) has been reported by Tokyo VAAC who detected an ash plume rising to 13,000 ft (ca. 4.3 km) on 22:00 UTC yesterday and drifting east. [details]