Sheveluch volcano, Kamchatka (Russia) - eruption warning
(17 June 2005: no changes)
The lava dome inside Sheveluch's crater continues to grow and has now probably surpassed the size of the pre-Feb 28, 2005 lava dome. A collpase of the dome can be expected at any time and would likely trigger an eruption producing an up to 6 km high plume (20,000 ft), locally heavy ash fall as well as pyroclastic flows.
Sheveluch remains at ORANGE alert level, the 2nd highest (RED=eruptino in progres).
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