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Eruption updates & news from Stromboli:
Sun, 20 Jul 2014, 06:52
Lava flow on Stromboli 17 July evening
Overall, activity remains similar. Several smaller and larger, but all short-lived lava overflows occurred from the second NE vent over the past days. ...more
Tue, 15 Jul 2014, 18:43
This morning's lava flow on Stromboli
Another lava overflow from the NE vent occurred this morning, starting around 10:00 local time. It followed a phase of increased activity from the summit vents. ...more
Mon, 14 Jul 2014, 17:28
Strombolian eruption from Stromboli's NE vent yesterday
Since 11 July, the volcano has been calmer compared to the previous weeks. No new lava overflows on the Sciara del Fuoco have occurred since 10 July, but who knows if a next surge of magma is already underway soon?
Thu, 10 Jul 2014, 06:36
Lava flow on Stromboli this morning
Two new lava (over-)flows occurred from the NE vent last evening and this morning. Similar as during the previous episodes, the flows were the result of surges in magma supply, quickly descended the upper part of the Sciara del Fuoco, and then stopped: ...more
Tue, 8 Jul 2014, 06:14
View onto the Sciara del Fuoco (INGV webcam)
Similar as during the last times, activity is fluctuating. After a few hours of increased lava effusions, it dropped and the new lava overflow creased again yesterday evening.
Mon, 7 Jul 2014, 07:43
New lava overflow on Stromboli's Sciara del Fuoco this morning (INGV thermal webcam)
After a weekend with comparably low activity and no lava overflows, a new surge of lava effusion has started and a small lava overflow is again active on the upper Sciara del Fuoco. The surge of the magma caused a partial collapse of the NE hornito (N2 vent) at 05:35 UTC, producing an impressive avalanche resembling a pyroclastic flow. ...more
Sat, 5 Jul 2014, 11:11
Thermal image of the northeastern vents and the upper Sciara del Fuoco (INGV Catania)
Activity decreased again last night, and the latest lava flow (almost) stopped. Very weak lava effusion continues from the NE hornito vent ("N2" in INGV Catania's nomenclature) at the time of this update.
Webcam view of the Sciara del Fuoco (INGV Catania)
Fri, 4 Jul 2014, 15:16
Current seismic signal (STR1 station, INGV Catania)
A second, powerful surge of lava, again from the NE vent, started short time ago and has been feeding a new lava flow that quickly descended several 100 meters the upper Sciara del Fuoco (s. video below). ...more
Fri, 4 Jul 2014, 08:26
Stromboli's new lava flow this morning (INGV webcam)
A new and relatively well-fed lava flow started to flow onto the Sciara del Fuoco early this morning (from around 4:45 local time). The vent of the overflow is again the NE hornito. ...more
Wed, 2 Jul 2014, 14:52
The crater terrace of Stromboli this morning (Pizzo webcam, INGV Catania).
The activity, although still quite intense for Stromboli standards, has decreased. No new or only very small lava overflows occurred from the vents. ...more
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