Volcanic activity worldwide 19 Dec 2013: Etna, Kilauea
Thursday Dec 19, 2013 17:03 PM |
Ash emission from Etna's NE crater this afternoon
Ash venting from the NE crater (Pizzo Deneri Etna Trekking webcam)
Etna (Sicily, Italy): The ash emissions from the NE crater have increased and become near continuous. A likely cause are deep-seated explosions from a degassing active magma column. Tremor has remained low, but with a slight increase.
While our protagonist, the New SE crater, is calm, the NE crater produces weak ash emissions.
Kilauea (Hawai'i): The lava lake in Halema'uma'u today:
The following video shows the activity at Pu'u 'O'o in a time-lapse over the past 2 weeks; images from the USGS thermal webcam placed on the northern rim of Pu'u 'O'o. 3 active vents with occasional small lava overflows are visible:
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