Overblog
Suivre ce blog
Editer l'article Administration Créer mon blog

Earth of fire

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

Publié le par Bernard Duyck

The Pavlof volcano, located in the Alaska Peninsula, entered suddenly in eruption this March 27, 2016, bringing the aviation alert code from green to RED, and the volcanic alert to Warning.

The eruption was accompanied by a plume of gas and ash rising up to 6,000 meters according to the observation of an airline pilot.
An increase in seismicity from local 3:53 p.m. and the tremor rapidly rising was observed, the latter remaining at high levels. To 04:18 p.m. local time , ash was moving north of the volcano.
The last eruption of Pavlof  date from november 2014.
Source: AVO

Pavlof, the plume from the eruption of 03.27.2016 - photo Robinson, Nikita in AVO

Pavlof, the plume from the eruption of 03.27.2016 - photo Robinson, Nikita in AVO

Pavlof - forecast model of scattering of ashes on 28/03/2016 - USGS

Pavlof - forecast model of scattering of ashes on 28/03/2016 - USGS

In Guatemala, the Fuego brand a little step in his 4th eruption of the year ... lava flows have decreased in length, the first, of 400 meters long, in the barranca Santa Teresa and a second in the barranca Las Lajas, long of 500 meters
Sources: INSIVUMEH and Conred

Fuego - 03.27.2016 / 5:27 - photo INSIVUMEH

Fuego - 03.27.2016 / 5:27 - photo INSIVUMEH

In Nicaragua, the last eruption of Momotombo dated back to the evening of 26 March 2016, at 10:47 p.m. local. Incandescent fallout mark much of the flanks of volcanoes.
Source: Webcam Ineter

 

Momotombo - 26.032016 / loc 10:48 p.m. - webcam INETER
Momotombo - 26.032016 / loc 10:48 p.m. - webcam INETER

Momotombo - 26.032016 / loc 10:48 p.m. - webcam INETER

Commenter cet article

Articles récents

Hébergé par Overblog