Shiveluch volcano (Kamchatka) activity update
sam., 9 mars 2013, 06:2406:24 AM | AUTEUR : TOMPFEIFFER
An eruption generated an ash plume that rose to estimated 20,000 ft (about 6 km) this morning, VAAC Tokyo reported. The event was probably caused by another partial dome collapse and/ or explosion at the growing lava dome.
Current view of Shiveluch from the KVERT webcam, showing steam rising from the valley where pyroclastic flows normally are deposited when parts of the dome collapse
mer., 6 mars 2013, 15:54
Several (3 or 4) relatively larg collapses of the lava dome occurred today between between 05:00 and 06:30 (GMT). The events triggered pyroclastic flows which traveled through the valley between the active dome and a relict flank of an older dome to the east. The largest flow reached about 4 km distance. Read all