Shiveluch volcano (Kamchatka, Russia): ash plume to 25,000 ft
ven., 20 févr. 2015, 16:2416:24 PM | AUTEUR : T
An eruption today produced an ash plume that rose to estimated 25,000 ft (7.5 km) altitude, detected on infrared satellite imagery (VAAC Tokyo).
Ash plume from Shiveluch volcano today (MTSAT-2 image / VAAC Tokyo)
This could have been an explosion at the dome or an ash plume from a pyroclastic flow due to a partial collapse event, but visible webcam images are not clear to distinguish this.
lun., 16 févr. 2015, 09:38
Kamchatka's most active volcano continues to produce ash plumes as well, generated by explosions at the dome as well as avalanches from it - Tokyo VAAC reported ash to 19,000 ft (5.4 km) altitude yesterday. ... Read all