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Shiveluch volcano satellite image by (c) Google
Stratovolcano 3283 m (10,771 ft)
Kamchatka, 56.65°N / 161.36°ECondition actuelle
: en éruption
(4 sur 5)Shiveluch (Sheveluch) webcams / données en temps réel
| ReportsShiveluch (Sheveluch) volcano videosShiveluch (Sheveluch) livres | ToursEruptions du volcan Shiveluch (Sheveluch):
1739(?), 1800(?), 1854 (éruption Plinienne), 1879-83, 1897-98, 1905, 1928-29, 1930, 1944-50, 1964 (sub-Plinienne, grand effondrement de dôme et coulée de débris), 1980-81, 1984, 1985, 1986-88, 1988, 1989 1990-94, 1997, 1998, 1999, 1999- en cours en 2011
Style éruptif tipique:
Fortement explosif. Construction de dômes de lave et de grandes coulées pyroclastiques causées par l'écroulement de dôme. Un des volcans les plus grands et des plus actifs du Kamtchatka.Derniers séismes proches
Voyages au volcan Shiveluch Kamchatka - Land of Colors
(volcano expedition to Kamchatka)Derniers images satellite
Shiveluch volcano news and updates
Shiveluch vocano (Kamchatka): ash plume to 24,000 ft reported
vendredi janv. 29, 2016 17:37 | AUTEUR : T
Incandescent rockfalls from Shiveluch's active lava dome this evening
Activity at the volcano seems to be increasing again. Constant glow and incandescent rockfalls at the active lava dome are visible on webcam imagery.
Based on satellite data, an eruption (explosion or pyroclastic flow) was reported this morning to have produced an ash plume that rose to 24,000 ft (7.3 km) altitude and drifted west.
vendredi, déc. 11, 2015
The volcano continues to slowly extrude viscous lava at its dome, which sometimes results in smaller or larger avalanches as well as explosions, both producing ash plumes. Over the past weeks, this activity has been a bit lower than previously. [details]
lundi, nov. 23, 2015
The extrusive activity of viscous lava into the active dome continues with little significant change, but seems to have picked up a bit recently. Incandescent avalanches occur to both the southeast and southwest corridor. ... [details]
vendredi, oct. 30, 2015
The volcano's activity seems to have picked up a bit compared to recent weeks. A partial collapse of the active dome generated a pyroclastic flow that traveled several km to the south, accompanied by an ash plume that rose to 4-4.5 km altitude and drifted east. [details]
vendredi, oct. 23, 2015
A moderately sized pyroclastic flow as result of small collapse of part of the active lava dome occurred this afternoon (Kamchatka time), sending an ash plume to approx. 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. ... [details]
mardi, oct. 20, 2015
Activity has not changed significantly over the past weeks. Slow extrusion of viscous lava continues and triggers occasional small to moderate incandescent avalanches, mainly through the eastern corridor of the volcano's horse-shoe shaped landslide caldera where the dome is located. ... [details]
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Gorely volcano photos
: Gorely is a young and very active shield volcano in southern Kamchatka. It is one of Kamchatka's easiest volcanoes to climb and offers stunning views into vast craters and the surrounding landscape.
: In the afternoon of 17 Oct, a particularly violent explosion occurred at Anak Krakatau, blasting away a portion of the southern crater rim. A similar event might have been the final trigger for the catastrophic landslide that let the cone collapse and cause a devastating tsunami on 22 Dec 2018.