Taal volcano (Luzon Island, Philippines) activity update: sulfur dioxide emissions decreased significantly
Tue, 6 Jul 2021, 05:2505:25 AM | BY: MARTIN
The activity of the volcano continues at elevated levels.
Sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from Taal volcano today (image: @CCTVAsiaPacific/twitter)
The volcano has been producing high levels of sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions from the Taal Main Crater during the past week. On 4 July the highest level of SO2 emissions ever was detected (see previous post).
According to local observatory PHIVOLCS, the situation changed today as sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions reached to only 5299 tonnes/day and are approaching year-long average levels (3000 tonnes/day).
Near-constant emissions of steam-laden plumes reached to an altitude of 9,900 ft (3,000 m) and drifted S and E respectively.
Source: Phillippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology volcano activity update 5 July 2021
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Taal volcano (Luzon Island, Philippines) activity update: highest SO2 emissions level ever recorded yesterday
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