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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
Publié dans : #Actualités volcaniques
Turrialba - Gas and ashes explosion, saw by the thermal camera, between 10:26: 09 and 10:26:53 p.m.- Doc. RSNTurrialba - Gas and ashes explosion, saw by the thermal camera, between 10:26: 09 and 10:26:53 p.m.- Doc. RSN
Turrialba - Gas and ashes explosion, saw by the thermal camera, between 10:26: 09 and 10:26:53 p.m.- Doc. RSN

Turrialba - Gas and ashes explosion, saw by the thermal camera, between 10:26: 09 and 10:26:53 p.m.- Doc. RSN

Turrialba has regained the form:

After a great eruption on 6 February at 13.50, the thermal camera of the RSN at the top of Turrialba has recorded a gas emanation of a more explosive type than usual, on February 7 at 22:26.

On February 8, four ash eruptions marked the morning. The first local to 7:37, the second at 7:53 loc, followed by another at 10:24 loc., which lasted 6 minutes. At 11:29, the eruption of ash lasted for 8 minutes.

Sources: RSN - Red Nacional Sismologica

 

Turrialba - ash emissions on 02/08/2016, respectively, 7:36, 7:53 ET 10:27 local - Photo RSNTurrialba - ash emissions on 02/08/2016, respectively, 7:36, 7:53 ET 10:27 local - Photo RSN
Turrialba - ash emissions on 02/08/2016, respectively, 7:36, 7:53 ET 10:27 local - Photo RSN

Turrialba - ash emissions on 02/08/2016, respectively, 7:36, 7:53 ET 10:27 local - Photo RSN

Turrialba - ash Emanation 02/08/2016 at 11:31 loc. - Photo RSN

Turrialba - ash Emanation 02/08/2016 at 11:31 loc. - Photo RSN

On Java, the Bromo has this February 8th intermittent Strombolian explosions, small to moderate but noisy, alternated with degassing phases more or less strong. The first eruption of the day, around 10:57 local was followed by ash emissions reaching 600-800 meters high, not renewed in the rest of the day.

Some incandescent ballistic projections are visible with the dark, most with fallout within the crater. The glow from the crater appears to be caused by high temperature gases. (Local observations by Oystein Lund Andersen)

Sources:
- Oystein Lund Andersen -
link
- BPBD Jatim

Bromo - 02/08/2016 - The ash plume minutes after the eruption of 10:57 loc. - Photo Oystein Lund Andersen 11h 04 local

Bromo - 02/08/2016 - The ash plume minutes after the eruption of 10:57 loc. - Photo Oystein Lund Andersen 11h 04 local

Bromo 02/09/2016 - 1:18 loc. - Degassing illuminated by high-temperature gas - photo Oystein Lund Andersen

Bromo 02/09/2016 - 1:18 loc. - Degassing illuminated by high-temperature gas - photo Oystein Lund Andersen

Bromo - the plume is clearer in the morning of 02.09.2016 / 5:35 loc - photo DPDT Jatim

Bromo - the plume is clearer in the morning of 02.09.2016 / 5:35 loc - photo DPDT Jatim

At Sinabung,  the eruption is continuous with the same pattern, illustrated by a photo of Endrolewa.
 

Sinabung - activity 02.08.2016 / 7:47 p.m. loc.- photo endrolewa

Sinabung - activity 02.08.2016 / 7:47 p.m. loc.- photo endrolewa

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