Actualités du volcan Bulusan:
As PHILVOLCS reports an ash explosion occurred at Bulusan Volcano at 1:09 am local time on 20 December 06. The explosion was not observed dur to thick clouds, but clearly recorded as seismic signals, rumbling sounds and lightning flashes that lasted for about 20 minutes....plus
Bulusan had another phreatic explosion on Thursday 19 Oct, 2006, at 18h44 local time, emitting an ash plume rising to 3-4 km elevation.
A new eruption took place the morning of 10 Oct at Bulusan volcano causing ash fall up to 5 mm of thickness in the area of Irosin and Bulan.
Bulusan stratovolcano has a new eruptive episode yesterday 10 Oct, 2006, at 17h15 local time and produced an ash cloud reaching 3 km altitude that drifted towards the villages of Casiguran, Irosin and Bulan.
Since its reawakening on 21 March 2006, Bulusan has had 10 eruptions producing ash fall in the surrounding areas. On 24 June, a large lahar (=mud flow) travelled down the slopes of the volcano.
Bulusan volcano had a small eruption this morning at 08h17 local time, producing an ash plume at 3 km altitude drifting SW (Source : VAAC Tokyo)
Bulusan volcano erupted on Sat. 29 April 2006 at 10:44 am (0244 GMT) spewing a column of ash about 1.6 km high. Ash fall occurred in surrounding villages. There were no reports of casualties or damage.
Bulusan volcano in the Philippines came back to life on Tuesday 21st of March 2006. At around 23h00 local time (16:00 GMT) the volcano spewed a column of ash nearly a mile (1.5 kilometres) into the sky. The Philippine Institute of Seismology and Vulcanology (Phivolcs) said the ash was unlikely to cause any harm, but warn that the volcano may be about to erupt more powerfully. A four-kilometer (2.4-mile) exclusion zone is already in place around the 1,565-meter (5,133-foot) volcano, which is 600 kilometers (370 miles) southeast of Manila. The institute will be closely monitoring the volcano for further activity. Bulusan had a series of similar explosions in 1994 and 1995....plus