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Earth of fire

Actualité volcanique, Article de fond sur étude de volcan, tectonique, récits et photos de voyage

Publié le par Bernard Duyck
 Bromo's ash plume on 10/12/2015 - photo Antara via Jakarta Globe

Bromo's ash plume on 10/12/2015 - photo Antara via Jakarta Globe

The Gunung Bromo, East Java, continues to produce ash; the plume is evacuated to the west, and caused Friday from 9.30am closing Abdul Rachman Saleh Airport, northeast of the city of Malang.
In 2015, East Java and Bali airports were regularly disrupted, and many flights canceled following the eruptions of Raung, the Rinjani (Lombok) and the Bromo.


Source: Jakarta Globe.
 

Bromo - dispersion of the ash plume to West and Malang - doc. BNPB / satellite Himawari 8

Bromo - dispersion of the ash plume to West and Malang - doc. BNPB / satellite Himawari 8

In Nicaragua, after the eruption of Momotombo last week, it's the Masaya that is getting stronger.
According to the Council of Communication and Citizenship, "incandescence and small flames, accompanied by characteristic sounds, suggesting fluid, gas and magma
movements close to the surface. A new lava lake may form in Santiago crater, as in 1999. "
Masaya is located just 23 km from Managua, the capital, and is frequented by many tourists.

Masaya - Santiago crater - photo Bernard Duyck, 2007.

Masaya - Santiago crater - photo Bernard Duyck, 2007.

In Kamchatka, a loud explosion of vulcanian type marked the Karymsky on December 11 in the morning, still in orange alert.
VAAC Tokyo spotted the plume of ash to a height of 5,400 meters.


Source: VAAC Tokyo.
 

Karymsky - archive Photo S.Zakharov

Karymsky - archive Photo S.Zakharov

Following the strombolian activity that marked the pit crater on the slopes of Etna NSEC, it has expanded and now form an abyss, "a voragine" according to a local term ... an additional modification in December to the summit craters of Etna
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Etna - evolution of the pit crater on the side of NSEC - top photo: 12.11.2015 - Lower picture: 30.11.2015 - Thanks to Turi Caggegi / iEtna for its photo sharing
Etna - evolution of the pit crater on the side of NSEC - top photo: 12.11.2015 - Lower picture: 30.11.2015 - Thanks to Turi Caggegi / iEtna for its photo sharing

Etna - evolution of the pit crater on the side of NSEC - top photo: 12.11.2015 - Lower picture: 30.11.2015 - Thanks to Turi Caggegi / iEtna for its photo sharing

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