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stratovolcano 1807 m / 5,928 ft
Papua New Guinea, -4.08°S / 145.04°ECurrent status
: normal or dormant
(1 out of 5)Manam webcams / live data
| ReportsManam volcano booksManam volcano eruptions:
ongoing since Aug 2010 (31 July 2015: large vulcanian explosion), 2004 (24 Oct: subplinian eruption) - Dec 2009, Oct 2003 - March 2004, 2003 (May), 2002 (Oct -?), 2002 (Jan-Mar), 2001 (June), 2000 (June), 1974-1999, 1965-66, 1963-64, 1963, 1962, 1961, 1959-60, 1959, 1956-58, 1954, 1953, 1946-47, 1936-39, 1932-34, 1926-28, 1925, 1924?, 1923, 1922, 1920-21, 1919, 1917, 1909-14?, 1907?, 1904, 1904, 1901-02?, 1899, 1887-95, 1885, 1884?, 1887, 1830, 1700, 1643, 1616Typical eruption style:
explosiveLast earthquakes nearbyLatest satellite imagesSentinel hub
| Landsat 8
Satellite image of Manam volcano (c) Google
Manam volcano news and eruption updates (New Guinea):
Manam volcano (Papua New Guinea) activity update
Saturday Aug 08, 2015 17:06 PM | BY: T
Ash emissions yesterday and today produced a plume that rose to estimated 21,000 t (6.5 km) and drifted SSW. (VAAC Darwin)
Friday, Aug 07, 2015
Smaller ash emissions from the volcano have been observed during the past days. Yesterday, an ash plume at estimated 9,000 ft (2.7 km) altitude drifted 40 km NW (VAAC Darwin).
Monday, Aug 03, 2015
It seems that no fatalities have occurred during the large explosion on Friday (31 July). According to news articles, only one child was injured by falling lapilli, but survived and could be treated in a hospital. ...
Friday, Jul 31, 2015
A large explosive eruption occurred at the volcano today. The event produced an ash column that rose to approx. 65,000 ft (20 km) altitude and started to drift SW. ...
Sunday, Jun 28, 2015
According to Darwin VAAC, an ash plume from the volcano rose 8,000 ft and extended 70 km to the NE today. The volcano seems to be in a phase of intermittent mild explosive activity.
Monday, Jun 22, 2015
An ash plume rising to estimated 10,000 ft and extending 35 km NW was reported yesterday by Darwin VAAC. ...
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