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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
Volcán Santiaguito vista desde Santa María de Jesús, Zunil. 04/21/2016 - Foto Erick Colop / Clima Guatemala

Volcán Santiaguito vista desde Santa María de Jesús, Zunil. 04/21/2016 - Foto Erick Colop / Clima Guatemala

Santiaguito - 04/21/2016 - photo Didier Alvarado / Stereo 100 Noticias

Santiaguito - 04/21/2016 - photo Didier Alvarado / Stereo 100 Noticias

Santiaguito volcano continues its high-activity phase. This 21 April from 06:54 h, a loud explosion was reported, causing pyroclastic flows, descendants of the south and southeast slope to the base of the dome.

This activity is caused by the collapse of the eastern edge of the Caliente dome, accompanied by a co-pyroclastic plume amount to 4500 m as, before moving over 30 km on a large area south and west.

INSIVUMEH & Conred

 

Summit of Santiaguito - photo Conred

Summit of Santiaguito - photo Conred

At Etna, ash emissions are noticed on the night of April 20 to 21, still visible the next morning at the northeast and new southeast craters.

 EtnaLive site states, based on the latest multidisciplinary INGV Catania report of 04.19.2016, that at the level of Bocca Nuova, the crater floor collapsed gradually, to produce the formation of a new crater in the fossa.

 

Bocca Nuova Etna - the red arrow indicates the collapse - doc INGV Catania

Bocca Nuova Etna - the red arrow indicates the collapse - doc INGV Catania

Etna  summit craters - with legend - photo Joseph Nasi / Butterfly helicopters Service
Etna  summit craters - with legend - photo Joseph Nasi / Butterfly helicopters Service

Etna summit craters - with legend - photo Joseph Nasi / Butterfly helicopters Service

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