Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano news and activity updates:
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Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano (Tanzania) activity update: spattering and lava flows of natrocarbonatite lava inside the summit crater
dim., 9 déc. 2012, 03:03Spattering and lava flows of carbonatite lava inside the deep summit crater of Lengai have been recently observed by climbers. The crater which formed during explosive activity in 2008 is gradually being filled by spatter cones and small lava flows.
Ol Doinyo Lengaï volcan (Tanzanie), mise à jour d'activité: lave natrocarbonatite au fond du cratère
jeu., 1 janv. 1970, 00:00
jeu., 1 janv. 1970, 00:00Au cours des trois semaines, Lengaï a pincettes significativement vers le bas. Observateurs rapportent une pause complète l'activité dure environ deux semaines et de reprendre ensuite des éruptions de cendres relativement faible. Une anomalie thermique est toujours visibles à date par satellite dans le cratère du cône cendres.
mar., 11 mars 2008, 11:06
Lengai's activity has been continuing to increase. Over the past days, several ash eruptions have produced plumes up to more than 10km height, the largest one possibly being on 4 March rising to about 14 km, as evident from satellite data, observations by passing aircraft and spectacular photos taken from the ground posted on Fred Belton's website. Read more...
jeu., 21 févr. 2008, 14:06The VAAC reported an ash plume from Ol Doinyo Lengai was rising to an altitude of 11.6 km at 15 February. Read more...
mar., 19 févr. 2008, 22:06
The activity at Lengai seems to be increasing. In the past two weeks, explosions have ejected ash plumes rising several kilometers. On 15 Feb., Dutch pilots observed and photographed an eruption plume rising to estimated 12 km (36,000 ft).
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jeu., 15 nov. 2007, 08:43
Based on information from the Tanzania MVO, the Toulouse VAAC reported that Ol Doinyo Lengai erupted on 7 November and remained active. According to Frederick Belton's website, an observer saw a "smoke" plume rise to an altitude of 3.2-3.5 km (10,500-11,500 ft) a.s.l. and drift WSW towards the Gol Mountains on 10 November.