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Shield volcano 3682 m / 12,080 ft
Kamchatka, 55.83°N / 160.33°E
: normal or dormant
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Typical eruption style:
effusive fissure eruptions
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Tolbachik volcano: eruption updates & news
Tolbachik volcano (Kamchatka) activity update
Wed, 29 May 2013, 13:56
13:56 PM | DOOR: T
Eruptive activity continues, with fluid lava flows from the southern fissure being still emitted. However, also a very slow trend of decreasing tremor is visible.
KVERT reports no significant changes in activity at any of the other volcanoes in Kamchatka: lava extrusion and dome building continue at Sheveluch
. No seismic data are available at the moment from Karymski
, which also continues to slowly build a lava dome. Gorely
produces medium levels of seismicity caused by fluid movements and strong degassing.
According to the latest KVERT report, the eruption has gained again in strength. Tremor levels have risen and lava continues to effuse from the southern fissure vent, feeding a broad lava flow field. ... Lees alle
Although tremor continues to decrease very slowly, KVERT reports that fluid lava is still being erupted from the vent on the southern fissure. MODIS satellite data still show a large hot spot, confirming that the eruption might be longer lasting than thought. ... Lees alle
KVER reports no change in the ongoing eruption of the volcano and ongoing high tremor values at levels similar to the past weeks. Recent field reports however suggest that the eruption continues its slowly declining trend and might actually be ending soon. Lees alle
The eruption continues to produce lava flows from the Southern fissure on Tolbachinsky Dol. KVERT reports strong tremor at a very gradually decreasing rate over the past weeks. ... Lees alle
No changes were reported in the eruption. Lava flows continue to effuse from the southern fissure on Tolbachinsky Dol, and tremor levels remain stable (KVERT). ... Lees alle
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