Sinabung volcano (Sumatra): eruption news and activity updates
Sinabung volcano (Indonesia): continuing pyroclastic flows
Wednesday Jul 22, 2015 13:54 PM | BY: T
The volcano continues to slowly effuse viscous lava which feeds the lava dome on its summit. This activity results in numerous avalanches and pyroclastic flows.
Several thousands of people continue to live in temporary shelters.
Friday, Jul 10, 2015
Activity at the volcano has been comparably low. On average, 2-3 smaller pyroclastic flows per day have been occurring, our expedition leader Andi who is currently at Sinabung reported. [more]
Sunday, Jul 05, 2015
Over the past days, pyroclastic flows have been weaker and less frequent, but the slow extrusion of lava at the summit continues with little change. The volcano remains at highest alert. [more]
Sunday, Jun 28, 2015
Activity remains intense. The volcano continues to extrude viscous lava that regularly generates glowing avalanches and pyroclastic flows. Associated ash plumes have been rising several kilometers. The volcano remains at highest alert level (4 out of 4). ... [more]
Tuesday, Jun 23, 2015
A series of larger pyroclastic flows occurred yesterday, reaching lengths of up to 4.5 km and producing ash plumes that rose up to approx. 4 km. ... [more]
Monday, Jun 22, 2015
The eruption continues with little changes. The summit lava dome and the lava lobe continue to grow slowly and produce regularly small to medium-sized pyroclastic flows as the material collapses into avalanches. Run-out lengths have been reaching up to approx. 3 km. ... [more]