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Piton de la Fournaise volcano news & updates:
Piton de la Fournaise volcano (La Réunion): eruption continues quietly
Tuesday Feb 10, 2015 10:13 AM | DOOR: T
View of the active lava flow at Piton de la Fournaise volcano last night
The eruption continues without major changes. The volcano observatory OVPF reports low, but stable tremor levels. Webcam imagery from last night (before clouds obscure views) show that the eruption is mainly effusive with only weak explosive activity (weak spattering) at the vents.
Currently, a small lava flow is active that extends approx 500 m from the base of the Dolomieu cone, enlarging the new lava field of partially overlapping flows at its base. The middle section of the lava flow is through a lava tube, making it invisible in this part on the webcam images.
Thursday, Feb 05, 2015
The eruption continues with active lava flow effusion from a row of 7 vents on the upper flank of the Dolomieu crater. ...
Wednesday, Feb 04, 2015
A new eruption has started at the volcano, following a brief seismic crisis that started early this morning. ...
Thursday, Dec 04, 2014
A new eruption could be under way at the volcano. An increase in seismic activity, inflation of the volcanic edifice, and SO2 gas mixed into the degassing plume, typical for a fresh magma intrusion at shallow depth have been detected by the volcano observatory (OVPF). ...
Wednesday, Nov 05, 2014
There are signs that a new eruption could be on its way: an increasing number of shallow earthquakes has been registered under the volcano recently. ...
Monday, Jun 23, 2014
De nieuwe uitbarsting op de SE flank van de krater Dolomieu lijkt te zijn beëindigd al tijdens de nacht van zaterdag op zondag 22 juni. Het had geleid tot een reeks van kleine lavastromen die reisde naar de basis van de kegel en bleef goed binnen de Enclos. ...
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