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Volcanic activity worldwide 5 Mar 2017: Shiveluch volcano, Dukono, Sinabung, Nevado del Ruiz, Sabancaya, Etna
Sunday Mar 05, 2017 21:00 PM |
Map of today's active volcanoes
Ash emission on the 3rd of March from the SE crater (image: Boris Behncke / Twitter)
Satellite image of Sinabung volcano on 5 Mar 2017
Satellite image of Dukono volcano on 4 Mar 2017
Satellite image of Nevado del Ruiz volcano on 5 Mar 2017
Satellite image of Sabancaya volcano on 4 Mar 2017
Etna (Sicily, Italy): After only a few hours since the last eruption stopped, some sporadic weak ash emissions resumed from the new vent of the SE crater. Today bad weather prevented detailed observations but during brief moments of visibility it was possible to observe that the weak strombolian activity is still ongoing. Seismic tremor remains low.
Etna (Sicily, Italy): The first significant eruption of Etna in 2017 ended during last night. What could be called a "subdued" paroxysm from the New SE crater consisted of near-continuous strong strombolian bursts from the saddle vent at the SE crater complex with the effusion of a lava flow that spread at the southern feet of the cone. ... [more]
Dallol hot springs: One of the most bizarre landscapes on earth: Dallol is a vast and very active hydrothermal field creating a colorful array of hot springs, small geysers, salt towers, colorful lakes and ponds in the middle of the deepest part of the Danakil desert and the Karum salt lake.
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