Вулкан Fernandina: новости вулкана и обновления активности
News about an eruption on Ferdinandina Island in the Galapagos archipelago turned out to be wrong. After an earthquake with a 5.2-degree Richter Scale on Tuesday, ash plumes were believed to have originated from a new eruption. As an overflight revieled, the ash plume had been caused by a large rockfall from the inner rim of the caldera and not by an eruption.
The eruption at La Cumbre volcano is coming to an end as it appears from various news sources. On 29 May, 2005, only a weak hot spot was visible from satellite data and only a faint plume was emitted.
Lava emission from La Cumbre volcano, Fernandia Island (Galapagos) has been rapidly declining since May 18th and almost stopped on May 19th. Unless it restarts with new lava emissions, the eruption was relatively short-lasted.