La Cumbre volcano (Ferdinandina, Galapagos Isl.): false eruption report
News about an eruption on Ferdinandina Island in the Galapagos archipelago turned out to be wrong. After an earthquake with a 5.2-degree Richter Scale on Tuesday, ash plumes were believed to have originated from a new eruption. As an overflight revieled, the ash plume had been caused by a large rockfall from the inner rim of the caldera and not by an eruption.
The dates for the new expedition to Erta Ale volcano and the Danakil depression in Ethiopia are now set at 25 Jan - 8 Feb. 2008. For details of the program, go here.[more]
We gladly announce two new study&walking tours we can offer you in Italy: one to the Bay of Naples from 8-15 April and a two-weeks tour of the Eolian Islands from 6-18 May 2007. Both tours will be guided by our Italian geologist Marta who is a true insider in both areas.[more]