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Stromboli volcano
stratovolcano 926 m
Eolian Islands, Italy, 38.79°N / 15.21°E
Current status: erupting (4 out of 5)
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Stromboli volcano eruptions:
Persistant (near-constant) activity since at least 2-3000 years. Most recent effusive (lava flow) eruptions from Dec. 2002-July 2003, March 2007, Aug-Oct 2014. Paroxysm 3 July 2019
Typical eruption style:
Small explosive (strombolian) eruptions, typically every 20-30 mins. Intermittently, ca. every 2-20 years, minor effusive eruptions (lava flows); on average 2-5 times per year larger explosions.
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Eruption updates & news from Stromboli:

Stromboli volcano (Italy) activity update: frequent strombolian explosions

Friday Apr 19, 2019 14:43 PM | BY: T

Ash plume from an eruption at Stromboli a few minutes ago (image: Francesca Utano)
Ash plume from an eruption at Stromboli a few minutes ago (image: Francesca Utano)
Similar eruption seen from the 400 m viewpoint (image: INGV Catania)
Similar eruption seen from the 400 m viewpoint (image: INGV Catania)
Frequency of eruptions at Stromboli since Jan 2019 (image: INGV Catania)
Frequency of eruptions at Stromboli since Jan 2019 (image: INGV Catania)
Eruption from the western vent seen on the Pizzo therma cam (image: INGV Catania)
Eruption from the western vent seen on the Pizzo therma cam (image: INGV Catania)
The activity at the volcano remains stable, fluctuating between low to moderate levels. Strombolian explosions occur at rates of few minutes interval on average from several vents in the crater terrace.
Most explosions occur from the the NE and the westernmost vent, ejecting incandescent material to typically 80-150 m height. The latter vent seems to be particularly active recently, with frequent ash-rich strombolian-type explosions such as in the images attached taken a few minutes ago.
Previous news
Strombolian eruption at Stromboli early on 21 Mar 2019 (image: INGV Catania webcam)
Thursday, Mar 21, 2019
During the past weeks, activity has gradually decreased to the volcano's typical low to normal levels of activity. ... [more]
Small strombolian eruption at Stromboli this afternoon (image: INGV Catania webcam)
Tuesday, Jan 29, 2019
The activity at the volcano has decreased again to average "moderate" levels. ... [more]
Strong eruption from Stromboli's western vent this evening
Sunday, Jan 20, 2019
The activity of the volcano remains elevated - magma is still standing high inside its conduits. ... [more]
Strong explosion from Stromboli's NE vent this evening (image: Il Vulcano a Piedi webcam)
Tuesday, Jan 15, 2019
The activity remains at similar, high levels as during the past week: Near-continuous spattering is being observed from the new cinder cone in the NE crater where the magma column seems to be very near its rim. ... [more]
Bright explosion from Stromboli's NE crater this evening (image: Vulcano a Piedi webcam)
Monday, Jan 07, 2019
The activity remains very intense at the volcano. Continuous spattering and sometimes very strong, lava-rich explosions occur from the NE summit vents in particular. ... [more]

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