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Sangeang Api volcano
complex volcano 1949 m / 6,394 ft
Indonesia, -8.2°S / 119.07°E
Current status: minor activity or eruption warning (3 out of 5)
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Sangeang Api volcano eruptions:
30 May 2014 (subplinian), 1997-99, 1985-88, 1966, 1964-65, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1955, 1954, 1954, 1953, 1927, 1912, 1911, 1860, 1821, 1715, 1512.
Typical eruption style:
Explosive and effusive
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Volcano news & eruption updates:

Sangeang Api volcano (Indonesia) activity update: growing lava dome & lava flow

Wednesday Jun 18, 2014 13:20 PM | BY: T

MODIS hot spots at Sangeangapi (MODVOLC, Univ. Hawaii)
MODIS hot spots at Sangeangapi (MODVOLC, Univ. Hawaii)
Steam rising from the new lava flow on the southeastern flank (ASTER / GSJ)
Steam rising from the new lava flow on the southeastern flank (ASTER / GSJ)
A new lava dome and a lava flow traveling down to the southeastern flank have started to grow during the past week, probably since 7 June.
VSI (who lowered the alert status back to 2 out of 4, WASPADA) reported in a bulletin that red glow is visible at the volcano's top known as Doro Api. Satellite imagery show a hot spot and steaming from the dome and the new lava flow, which had a length of approx. 2 km on 11 June.
Previous news
Monday, Jun 16, 2014
Small ash emissions continue at the volcano. VAAC Darwin last reported a volcanic ash plume rising to approx. 7,000 ft (2.1 km) and extending 30 nautical miles to the NW on Saturday. [more]
Wednesday, Jun 04, 2014
Eruptive activity continues in the form of low-level ash emissions. VAAC Daarwin reported a volcanic ash plume at estimated 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude extending more than 100 km to the west. [more]
Dissipating aerosol plume from Saturday's eruption at Sangeang Api
Sunday, Jun 01, 2014
After the violent eruption on Saturday, a strong initial explosion followed by at least 3 other, but smaller explosions and ash emissions until yesterday, activity at the volcano has calmed down significantly. Weaker ash and steam emissions still continue but at significantly reduced intensity. ... [more]
Eruption column and pyroclastic flow over water at Sangeang Api yesterday (picture: Sofyan Efendi)
Saturday, May 31, 2014
Eruptions continue at the volcano after yesterday's major explosion. Dense ash plumes rising from the summit crater can be seen on this morning's satellite images, and a MODIS hot spot is visible on the latest satellite data, suggesting fresh magma continues to arrive at the volcano's summit crater. ... [more]
 

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