Eruption news from Cleveland volcano:
Cleveland (Aleutian Islands, Alaska) volcano: small explosions detected
Two small explosions occurred at the volcano yesterday at ~4:17 UTC February 25 (19:17 AKST February 24) and 10:35 UTC (1:35 AKST), the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reported.
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The explosions were detected by infrasound and lightning alarms, and satellite data available several hours after these events confirm that small ash clouds were generated by the explosions. The events were brief, and the estimated altitude of the drifting ash clouds was about 5 km (16,000 ft) asl (AVO).
Sat, 11 Jan 2014, 08:11
No new volcanic activity has been observed at the volcano since the 3 brief explosions on December 28 and 30 and January 2. Satellite views since January 2 suggest that no new lava has effused at the summit crater. AVO lowered the Level of Concern Color Code to YELLOW and the Alert Level to ADVISORY. (AVO / USGS) ... Lees alle
Mon, 6 Jan 2014, 14:28
Although no new eruptions were detected during the past days, the volcano remains at orange alert, as new explosions (potentially dangerous for aviation) could occur with little warning (in particular because there is no monitoring on the remote island). ... Lees alle
Thu, 2 Jan 2014, 16:03
Nothing unusual has been observed in mostly cloudy satellite views of Cleveland volcano over the past 24 hours. AVO has received no reports of activity from local observers. Since the brief explosion from at 4:06 UTC on 31 Dec, no signs of unrest have been detected. ... Lees alle
Tue, 31 Dec 2013, 09:04
Small, brief explosions were detected at the volcano yesterday evening (21:29 UTC or 12:29 AKST) and this morning at 4:06 UTC (19:06 AKST local time), USGS reported. ... Lees alle
Thu, 6 Jun 2013, 12:05
There have been no explosions detected from Cleveland volcano since May 6, and there is no evidence for lava effusion since May 13. Weakly elevated surface temperatures detected in clear-weather satellite views are consistent with cooling of a newly emplaced lava flow. Lees alle