Sheveluch volcano (Kamchatka): small pyroclastic flow triggered by rock falls from dome
lun., 31 déc. 2012, 09:2109:21 AM | AUTEUR : T
Activity at Shiveluch has been relatively calm, but the slow extrusion of the lava dome inside the crater continues as incandescence and occasional explosions, but also occasional rockfalls and associated weak pyroclastic flows show. As our French colleagues from activolcans noticed, a small partial dome collapse occurred last night at 21h54 local time and produced a pyroclastic flow that traveled almost 1 km through the ravine at the base of the active dome.
Small pyroclastic flow from Shiveluch on 30 Dec 2012
Webcam images also give evidence that from time to time lahars are generated in the same ravine.
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- Dépêche du 31-12-2012 à 08:23, Volcan : Shiveluch, Russie, 3283 m (Activolcans.info)
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