Bulusan volcano news:
Bulusan volcano (Philippines): new ash emissions
Tuesday Oct 18, 2016 13:26 PM | DOOR: T
Ash emissions from Bulusan on 17 Oct 2016 (image: Drew Zuniga)New ash emissions occurred from the volcano yesterday morning at 07:36 local time. This activity follows intense degassing and a small phreatic explosion on 6 October.
The new emissions came from the new vent on the southeast slope observed last week. The resulting ash plume rose approx. 1000 m and caused light ash falls. According to PHILVOLCS, the activity is driven entirely by steam and does not involve fresh magma.
Alert level of the volcano remains at 1 with an exclusion zone of 4 km radius around the summit crater.
Bulusan volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: ERUPTION AT 20161017/0011Z FL090 REPORTED OBS VA DTG: 17/0010Z
Monday, Oct 17, 2016
Friday, Oct 07, 2016
A small phreatic explosion took place at the summit crater of the volcano on 6 Oct at 03:30 am (local time). ... [meer...]
Bulusan volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: ERUPTION AT 20160916/0906Z FL110 EXTD NE REPORTED OBS VA DTG: 16/0900Z
Friday, Sep 16, 2016
Thursday, Jul 28, 2016
PHIVOLCS reported that on 20 July white-to-light-gray plumes rose to low levels above Bulusan and drifted WNW. During 21-25 July diffuse white plumes rose as high as 250 m above the crater and drifted NW and SW. The Alert Level remained at 1, indicating abnormal conditions and a 4-km-radius Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ). ... [meer...]
Friday, Jun 10, 2016
A sudden eruption occurred this morning (at 11:35 local time). An explosion generated an ash plume that rose about 2000 m above the volcano's summit and drifted northwest, causing light ash falls in nearby downwind areas. ... [meer...]