Mt St Helens volcano (USA), activity update: growth of spine, tremors
The lava dome at Mount St. Helens continues to grow, and producing a prominent spine that rises by about 2-3 meters per day. Small tremors are frequently registered at the volcano, believed to be caused by the movements of the spine being pushed up by pressurized magma in the conduit.
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]
Because of the recent interesting volcanic activity at Merapi and Semeru volcano on Java, we point to two tours with open spaces for last-minute individual bookings:... [more]
Due to lack of participants, we decided to cancel the tour to North Sulawesi and postpone it to 2007. As an interesting alternative, we can offer a special trekking tour in Java and Bali from 5-20 August instead. There are two open spaces available.[more]