Fogo volcano news & eruption updates
Fogo volcano (Cape Verde): eruption ended (?)
Tuesday Feb 10, 2015 17:16 PM | DOOR: T
It seems that eruptive activity which had started on 23 Nov last year has finally stopped on 7 February, according to a post by Asociación Canaria de Volcanología on facebook.
It may be a bit too early to be sure to declare the eruption ended, because pauses in eruptive activity are not uncommon. On the other hand, activity had been showing a decreasing trend over the past weeks, and it would be no surprises if it actually did end now.
Tuesday, Feb 03, 2015
Mild intermittent explosive activity continues at the volcano accompanied by effusive activity. A new lava flow, smaller than the ones in the first weeks, but still well alimented, has been active in the Cha caldera over the past days and advanced slowly approx. 1500 m west-southwest passing between Monte Beco and Monte Saia cones. [meer...]
Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015
The eruption still continues although most of the time visible activity is very low and restricted to degassing. Minor lava effusion and sporadic flares of strombolian activity of mild to moderate size occur from time to time. ... [meer...]
Friday, Jan 23, 2015
Mild explosive activity continues from the vent, at least intermittently, but there is no longer significant lava effusion. According to local observers, the eruption continues to decline overall and might be ending in a near future. ... [meer...]
Monday, Jan 12, 2015
The eruption seems to be coming to an end. There are no new reports of lava effusion or explosive activity at the vents since 8 January, when small strombolian explosions could still be observed. ... [meer...]
Wednesday, Jan 07, 2015
Activity continues, but overall the eruption has been decreasing and seems slowly to be coming to an end. ... [meer...]