Veniaminof volcano news & activity updates:
mer., 23 oct. 2013, 10:41
ven., 18 oct. 2013, 05:25
AVO has lowered the alert level to yellow, as it appears that no new eruptive activity has occurred during the past days. The eruption is not considered over yet, but might be simply pausing and could resume any time (such as the volcano did before).
mar., 15 oct. 2013, 13:09Satellite images from a period of clear weather last night showed that lava effusion has paused. Seismicity remains elevated and is characterized by numerous small discrete events. There is no evidence of ash emissions in seismic or satellite data. (AVO)
lun., 14 oct. 2013, 13:26
MODIS hot spot data for Veniaminof volcano showing the area of the latest lava flows (ModVolc, Univ. Hawaii)
dim., 13 oct. 2013, 06:13The eruption continues. Seismicity remains elevated but partially masked by storm noise. Satellite and web camera images are obscured by clouds, but it is likely that lava effusion and minor ash emissions continue.(AVO)
mer., 9 oct. 2013, 20:23
The eruption of Veniaminof continues with the effusion of lava from the cone in the summit caldera. Read more...
dim., 6 oct. 2013, 21:01Read more...
mar., 24 sept. 2013, 16:23
The Alaska Volcano Observatory recently lowered the alert status from Orange/Watch to Yellow/Advisory. Although some weak tremor continues to be recorded under the caldera, no more eruptive activity seems to have taken place during the past weeks. The lava flows and the new cinder cone that was built inside the caldera are now cooling.
lun., 16 sept. 2013, 15:10The eruption seems to be ending. AVO reports that "seismic tremor continues though at decreased levels compared to prior weeks. No unusual activity was observed in webcam images. These data indicate that the effusion of lava from the active vent may be ongoing though diminished."
jeu., 12 sept. 2013, 17:03