The PVMBG noted an increase in seismic activity of Bromo volcano during the first week of April; it was followed by a new eruptive activity similar to that which marked the volcano between December 2016 and February 2016, characterized by intermittent degassing, ash venting.
A visit to Øystein Lund Andersen, between 16 and 18 April, tells us about the constant presence of a large plume, accompanied by rumbling sounds and night glow ... activity interspersed with ash venting.
Despite a ban to approach the crater of Bromo, and due to the lack of monitoring access to this area, dozens of people continue to walk on the edge of the crater, in aware of the danger.
Sources: Øystein Lund Andersen – Photography
Initial stage of a small ash emission at Bromo - filmed on 04/15/2016 by Øystein Lund Andersen - Photography
A visit by our friend Robin Campion, a Belgian volcanologist, and colleagues at the Ineter, to the Masaya on April 14, 2016 shows a still well stirred lava lake.
Lava Lake of Masaya Volcano, April 14, 2016. Video filmed during an inspection of the volcano made with volcanologists colleagues INETER - uploaded by Robin Campion
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