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Volcano Calendar 2019
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caldeira 635 m / 2,083 ft
Nicaragua, 11.98°N / -86.16°WCondition actuelle
: en éruption
(4 sur 5)Masaya webcams / données en temps réel
| ReportsMasaya livresEruptions du volcan Masaya:
2008, 2006, 2005, 2004 (?), 2003, 2001, 1999-2000, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1993-94, 1989, 1987, 1965-85, 1948, 1946-47, 1925, 1919-24, 1918, 1913, 1906, 1904, 1902-03, 1858-59, 1858 (?), 1856-57, 1853, 1852, 1772, 1670, 1613 (?), 1586, 1570, 1551, 1524-44
Tephrochronology and radiocarbon-dated: 150 AD, 170 BC ± 100 years, 4050 BCStyle éruptif tipique:
effusive, sometimes lava lakes, strombolian activityDerniers séismes proches
Derniers images satellite
Masaya volcano news & activity updates
jeu., 3 nov. 2016, 14:45
Volcanic Ash Advisory Center Washington (VAAC) issued the following report: ...plus
mar., 12 juil. 2016, 10:37
The active lava lake of Masaya this morning (INETER crater webcam)
The lava lake in the Santiago crater remains active, but has dropped a bit recently.
lun., 6 juin 2016, 14:06
Masaya's lava lake this morning (INETER crater webcam)
The lava lake remains active with little changes overall during the past weeks. Authorities have again closed public access to the crater rim.
ven., 6 mai 2016, 12:05
INETER reported that during 27 April-3 May gas emissions at Masaya's Santiago crater were at low-to-moderate levels. ...plus
ven., 22 avril 2016, 14:30
View of Masaya's lava lake this afternoon (INETER crater webcam)
The lava lake in the volcano's summit crater continues to be very active and its level has risen a bit during the past days, INETER reports. ...plus
dim., 3 avril 2016, 08:32
Video snapshot of Masaya's lava lake around 28 Mar 2016
The activity of the volcano's new lava lake remains very intense. Erosion by the violently degassing ("boiling") lava continues to gradually widen the walls of the pit crater containing the lake. ...plus
ven., 4 mars 2016, 15:56
View of the lava lake in Masaya's Santiago crater on 1 March 2016 (image: OrgNicAmbTv)
The activity of the lava lake in the Santiago crater has been increasing in the past week. In a recent bulletin, INETER mentions that the previously two ponds in two adjacent vents have now joined, probably as a result of erosion by the violently degassing and convective lava. ...plus
mar., 16 févr. 2016, 10:55
Masaya's lava lake this morning (INETER webcam)
The lava lake inside the volcano's main crater (Santiago crater) not only remains active, but its activity has been gradually increasing during the past week or so. ...plus
lun., 1 févr. 2016, 11:43
INETER reported ongoing strong seismic and surface activity. There here are currently two small lava lakes active contained in two pits inside the Santiago crater. Access to Masaya's crater rim, a very popular tourist destination, was closed to the public on Saturday. ...plus
dim., 3 janv. 2016, 03:42
The lava lake in Masaya crater on 30 Dec 2015 (image: Maria Timmer / @ScienceByMaria / twitter)
A small lava lake, approx. 10x20 meters in diameter, is active inside the main crater of the volcano. This activity seems to have started in mid December and has been continuing since.
Plus sur VolcanoDiscovery:
Volcano Eruption Special
: 11-16 Feb 2019: short-notice special tour to see the ongoing eruption of Karangetang volcano in northern Indonesia. Starting and ending in Manado. Small group 2-6 people, experienced volcano expedition leader from our team (Andi).