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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
The Soputan at 13:49 UTC on 02/06/2016 - photo PVMBG via Devy Syahbana

The Soputan at 13:49 UTC on 02/06/2016 - photo PVMBG via Devy Syahbana

A powerful eruption took place on February 6 at 10:15 UTC at Soputan volcano on Sulawesi island.

VAAC Darwin raised the alert to red aviation at 11:45 UTC, and estimated the height of the ash plume to 7,000 meters. A subsequent report notes that the eruptions continue, with dispersion of the cloud to the northwest of 5-10 km.
Local newspapers reported on the other two eruptions : one smaller, presumed at 10am, followed by the episode from 10:15 UTC / 6:15 p.m. local. Ash falls were reported at the foot of the volcano, with no apparent damage.

The level of alert is to III / Siaga, accompanied by a prohibited area 4 km.

Previsional map of ashes dispersion - Doc. VAAC Darwin - and Soputan photo by Mikel Yaki / Facebook - a click  to enlarge.Previsional map of ashes dispersion - Doc. VAAC Darwin - and Soputan photo by Mikel Yaki / Facebook - a click  to enlarge.

Previsional map of ashes dispersion - Doc. VAAC Darwin - and Soputan photo by Mikel Yaki / Facebook - a click to enlarge.

By : BeritaSatu English | on 3:45 PM February 05, 2015

At Bromo, on Java island, the eruption continues with plumes loaded in ashes, folded by the wind in the Tengger caldera.

Bromo and ash emissions on 02/06/2016 / 5:26 WIB - photo DPDT Jatim

Bromo and ash emissions on 02/06/2016 / 5:26 WIB - photo DPDT Jatim

Bromo - 02.06.2016 / 9:30 loc. - Bromo cone is hidden by Batok - photo DPDT Jatim

Bromo - 02.06.2016 / 9:30 loc. - Bromo cone is hidden by Batok - photo DPDT Jatim

The Fuego has entered a new phase of activity that could lead to an eruption : moderate to severe explosions are accompanied by ash fall and shock waves audible more than 20 km. the volcano.
Since February 6 on evening, lava flows down the barranca Trinidad on 1,500 to 2,000 meters, with overflow into the barranca Honda. Pyroclastic flows are possible.
The ash plume is estimated at a height of 4,800 asl and extends towards the south and southwest area over ​​13 km.


Source: INSIVUMEH - Special Bulletin 02.06.2016 / 22h local


The INSIVUMEH indicates that the activity also continues to Santiaguito, close, with moderate explosions and pyroclastic flows; the ash plumes cause ash falls up to 13 km. in a southwest area, including the villages of San Marcos Palajunoj, El Palmar, Calaguache and Santa María de Jesús


Sources: INSIVUMEH & Conred

Santiaguito - plume and multiple pyroclastic flows on 02/06/2016 / 18h UTC - Doc. Conred

Santiaguito - plume and multiple pyroclastic flows on 02/06/2016 / 18h UTC - Doc. Conred

The Turrialba had four small gas and ash expulsions on Saturday February 6th. The most recent generated a plume 1,000 meters high; The ashes are pushed to the west of the volcano. An increase in seismicity is filled.


Sources: Ovsicori / Costa Rica & Repretel

2016.02.06 Turrialba - photo José Adrián Alvarado via Ovsicori

2016.02.06 Turrialba - photo José Adrián Alvarado via Ovsicori

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galih jati 07/02/2016 12:22

wow..two eruptions in Indonesia!! now is fantastic time to witness the eruptions!!

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