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Volcano Calendar 2019
: We're proud to present our 2019 volcano calendar: 13 different and attractive images of volcanoes, volcanic landscapes and phenomena taken during volcano tours over the past few years.
: Depuis 2005, VolcanoDiscovery propose des voyages en petits groupes, des randonnées et du trekking, ainsi que des expéditions pour voir des volcans actuellement en activité, des voyages photographiques dans de nombreuses régions d’activité volcanique à travers le monde.
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Sakurajima, Japon: éruptions vulcaniennes en juillet 2013 (photos)
During the 2013 IAVCEI conference held in Kagoshima, Kyushu, Japan, from 19-24 July, Tom had the opportunity to visit the volcano (mainly in the evenings) and take pictures of the elevated activity the volcano was in during this time.
Vulcanian-type explosions, sometimes powerful with ash plumes rising up to 20,000 ft (6 km) altitude occurred at exceptionally high rates of 5-10 per day, and during intervals, the volcano had often displayed (silent as well as loud) near-constant ash venting in combination sometimes with deep-seated strombolian activity.
A powerful explosion produces a large mushroom plume of ash with two fans drifting to the E and N. (... [info
Evening with Sakurajima in a period of calm. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Suddenly, the volcano explodes with a very loud detonation and ejects a mass of lava, rocks and a qu... [info
The plume from the explosion rises vertically to 12,000 ft. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Weak westerly winds drift the plume over the eastern sector, where the otherwise full-moon lit sky d... [info
Constant ash venting and smaller explosions followed during the rest of the night. After the explosi... [info
Zoom onto the Showa crater from the southeast. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Sakurajima seen from the Shiroyama park. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
A series of 4-5 increasingly powerful explosions occurred within about half an hour on the afternoon... [info
The last explosion produced an ash eruption column rising to 14,000 ft (22 July 07:35 UTC). (Photo: ... [info
Shortly after sunset on 22 July (11:19 UTC), a large explosion occurs that produces an ash plume ris... [info
Sakurajima, Japan, July 2013: The largest explosion observed from close occurred at 23h33 (14:33 UTC... [info
Lava fountaining (or continuous strombolian-type eruptions) during the eruption with lightning cause... [info
The slopes of Showa crater littered with incandescent bombs during the fountaining phase of the ongo... [info
Ash emission from Showa crater on the evening of 24 July. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
An explosion on 24 July evening (12:11 UTC) - only eruption lightning was visible in the ash-filled ... [info
On 14 July, the Showa crater was mainly producing near-constant ash emissions, which were very noisy... [info
Ash emissions reaching about 500 m height above the Showa crater (14 July). (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
After sunset, small lightnings could sometimes be seen in the ash column (14 July). (Photo: Tom Pfei... [info
Moon-lit ash plume with lightning (14 July). (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
At 12:50 UTC (21:50 local time), a rather small vulcanian explosion could be seen (ash plume height:... [info
During the second half of the night 14-15 July, the Showa crater continued to produce noisy ash emis... [info
Occasionally, strombolian activity was strong enough to eject bombs above the rim of Showa crater (e... [info
Small ash puff on the afternoon of 19 July, seen from Kagoshima Bay. (Photo: Tom Pfeiffer) [info
Plus sur VolcanoDiscovery:
Kelut volcano photos
: A new lava dome grew inside the crater lake during the effusive eruption in late 2007, replacing most of the lake. Watch the birth of a new mountain!
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Mayon volcano photos
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