Zhupanovsky volcano news:
Zhupanovsky volcano (Kamchatka): new ash emissions
Monday Mar 16, 2015 10:02 AM | BY: T
Ash plume from Zhupanovsky volcano this morning (NASA Terra/MODIS)Intermittent phases of continuous mild to moderate ash emissions remain a frequent occurrence. This morning, an ash plume can be seen drifting approx. 40 km SW at an estimated altitude of 13,000 ft (4.2 km).
Similar plumes were detected over the weekend as well.
Wednesday, Mar 11, 2015
The volcano continues to produce intermittent weak to moderate ash emissions during the past weeks. Together with (far more active) Shiveluch and Karymsky volcanoes further north, there are currently 3 erupting volcanoes in Kamchatka. [more]
Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015
Small to moderate ash emissions have continued to occur intermittently from the volcano during the past weeks. [more]
Monday, Feb 16, 2015
Intermittent explosions and ash emissions continue. Last night Tokyo VAAC reported a plume to 20,000 ft (6 km) altitude drifting west. [more]
Thursday, Feb 05, 2015
Moderate intermittent explosive activity continues at the volcano. Satellite images detected ash plumes drifting 160 km SW and SE at altitudes of 5-6 km (16,400-19,700 ft) a.s.l. during 22 and 25-26 January, and a thermal anomaly over the volcano during 23 and 25-27 January. The Aviation Color Code remained at Orange. (Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report 28 January-3 February 2015) [more]
Monday, Jan 26, 2015
Intermittent ash emissions continue. A plume at 10,000 ft (3 km) altitude was detected extending SSE on satellite imagery this morning (Tokyo VAAC). [more]