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Worldwide Volcano News and Updates:

Wed, 30 Oct 2013, 18:03
Map of recent earthquakes under Etna
Etna (Sicily, Italy): The volcano has been very calm (except degassing) since the last weak ash emissions from the New SE crater observed on Sunday. Read more... read all
Mon, 28 Oct 2013, 21:19
Mon, 28 Oct 2013, 17:03
Etna's summit area this morning
Etna (Sicily, Italy): The New SE crater has remained quiet since yesterday, although seismic activity remains above background. Strong degassing is visible from Bocca Nuova. Read more... read all
Mon, 28 Oct 2013, 07:51
Eruption from Sakurajima yesterday
The volcano had at least 6 vulcanian explosions yesterday. The largest (at 08:09 local time this morning) sent an ash plume to 15,000 ft (4.5 km) altitude. Read more...
Sun, 27 Oct 2013, 17:03
The New SE crater last night
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Tremor has remained elevated and the New SE crater continued to produce weak strombolian activity and aliment the lava flow during much of the night. At the moment (Sunday morning), it is not clear if this activity is continuing. Read more... read all
Sun, 27 Oct 2013, 07:07
Ash explosion from Sinabung yesterday evening
A new explosion occurred yesterday evening (17:40 local time), producing an ash plume rising 2-3 km above the crater and causing ash fall in nearby villages.
Sat, 26 Oct 2013, 17:03
Lava fountain at the New SE crater
Etna (Sicily, Italy): Following a slow gradual build-up of increasing strombolian activity at Etna's New SE crater since yesterday, a new paroxysm is now in the progress, with high lava fountains, lava flows, and a tall ash plume. Read more... read all
Sat, 26 Oct 2013, 16:44
Lava fountain at the New SE crater
Following a slow gradual build-up of increasing strombolian activity at Etna's New SE crater since yesterday, a new paroxysm is now in the progress, with high lava fountains, lava flows, and a tall ash plume. Read more... read all
Fri, 25 Oct 2013, 17:03
Strrong strombolian explosion from the western vent of Stromboli (24 Oct)
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): Activity has picked up during the past week. During a visit yesterday afternoon and evening, we observed frequent and often strong strombolian eruptions from the NW vent (Ginostra side), which had enlarged a lot since early this year. Read more... read all
Fri, 25 Oct 2013, 07:28
Strrong strombolian explosion from the western vent of Stromboli (24 Oct)
Activity has picked up during the past week. During a visit yesterday afternoon and evening, we observed frequent and often strong strombolian eruptions from the NW vent (Ginostra side), which had enlarged a lot since early this year. Read more... read all

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