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Anatahan volcano satellite image by (c) Google Earth View
Anatahan volcano sat (c) Google
Latest volcano news from Anatahan volcano:
Thu, 21 Feb 2008, 11:35
The USGS reported a diffuse plumes from Anatahan and a increasing seismicity that was followed by new ash and steam plumes in the time of 17-20 February.
Wed, 20 Feb 2008, 18:08
Seismic tremor levels at Anatahan were relatively low during 8-13 February. On 9 February, a diffuse steam plume that contained ash was observed . The Volcanic Alert Level remained at Orange.
Fri, 8 Feb 2008, 21:18
The USGS reported elevated seismic tremor levels at Anatahan the last week in January until 5 February. The lake in the E crater has disappeared, and steam and sulfur dioxide plumes drifted generally W and SW. An ash plume rose to an estimated altitude of below 2.3 km and drifted W. The Volcanic Alert Level was raised to Watch and the Aviation Color Code was raised to Orange.
Wed, 6 Feb 2008, 16:43
There is a increased seismic level reported from Anatahan volcano on January 23 and on January 20-28 there was a sulfur dioxide plume. The volcanic alert level stays at Aviation Color Code at yellow.
Thu, 6 Dec 2007, 12:55
There's new activity at Anatahan volcano. USGS reports small explosions occurring during the last week of November, accompanied by an increase in seismic activity.
Thu, 22 Mar 2007, 19:35
Anatahan volcano, violently active in 2003-05, is showing increased fumarolic and seismic activity. Its Volcanic Alert Level was increased from Normal to Advisory. ...more
Sat, 11 Nov 2006, 09:53
Anatahan volcano is continuing to emit gas and steam, but no significant ash emissions have been observed during the past few months.
Fri, 24 Mar 2006, 09:52
Ash plume from Anatahan volcano on 19 March 2006 (NASA).
Anatahan volcano shows new activity. The volcano emitted a moderately large plume of ash on March 19, 2006 as was detected by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) flying onboard the Aqua satellite. ...more
Thu, 9 Feb 2006, 10:30
Satellite imagery has not shown visible ash emissions from Anatahan since September 03, 2005. AFWA and the Washington VAAC continue to watch the volcano.
Wed, 14 Sep 2005, 21:36
No reports of activity from Anatahan volcano have been received since 3 September, which indicates that the eruption might be over.
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