Pavlof volcano news & activity updates:
Pavlof volcano (Alaska Peninsula): small ash emissions
Thu, 21 Jul 2016, 07:4807:48 AM | BY: T
Seismic activity of the volcano has increased again during the past 48 hours. Satellite data show at least some small ash emissions have taken place although the Alaska Volcano Observatory does not speak of a new eruption taking place (such ash emissions could be related to collapses in the crater etc without new magma erupting).
Seismic recording from Pavlof volcano PVV station (AVO / USGS)
The current Volcano Alert Level on the USGS scale is "Advisory" and the current Aviation Color Code is YELLOW.
Wed, 13 Jul 2016, 15:44
The Alaska Volcano Observatory reported minor ash emissions from the volcano yesterday from around 13:00 local time, producing small plumes of a few 100 meters and and extending a few miles to the SW. ... read all
Sat, 2 Jul 2016, 08:08
The alert level of the volcano was raised (yellow on the USGS 4 color scale) as a new phase of activity could have started. ... read all
Fri, 17 Jun 2016, 12:05
The status of the volcano was lowered back to green (normal) on 17 June, after no more signs of activity or significant unrest had been detected in a while. ... read all
Sat, 14 May 2016, 06:04
Based on seismic data, the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) assumes that a new eruption could have started at the volcano yesterday evening; the volcano's alert code was raised from "normal" to "watch" and the Aviation Color code from green to orange. ... read all
Sat, 23 Apr 2016, 08:25
Seismic activity at the volcano has continued to decrease over the past two weeks and no anomalous activity has been detected in satellite data since weakly elevated surface temperatures were seen on April 8. read all