A new breakout occurred ahead of the lava flow 61g, on the eastern flank of the cone of Pu'u O'o on August 29 at 8:30 local.
It could temporarily deprive the feed of lava for the Kamokuna sea entries, following the spokesman of the HVO, adding that it could have been caused either by a magma influx, either by a blockage in the lava tube system.
For now the lava delta at the base of the cliff continues to establish.
Source: HVO 30.08.2016 / 7:06 p.m. UTC
CENAPRED teams, with the support of the Mexican Navy Secretariat, provided an overview of Popocatepetl on 30 August.
The explosions of 27 and 28 August destroyed the dome #69, implemented from 1 August. The inner crater has now a diameter estimated at 300 meters, together with a depth of 30 meters. A significant outgassing is observed mainly emitted from the crater floor and east walls.
Popocatépetl - overview of 08.30.2016 - the dome is sprayed, leaving a crater 300 m. in diameter - photo CENAPRED
In short, some images of the ceaseless activity in Sinabung, a lahar at Santiaguito, and a test of the new Canon EOS 5D Mark IV, in extreme conditions in Vanuatu (just for the beauty of this photo ... is not an advertisement)
Sianbung - violent explosion on 30/08/2016 and a plume topped with a pileus - photo Teger Tiganderket via Komunitas Beidar Sinabung
Vidéo of the activity of Sinabung on 31.08.2016 / 15h19 - Doc. Berastagi Nachelle Homestay / FB
Santiaguito - 08/30/2016 - moderate lahar in the course of the rivers Nima I and San Isidro - photo Conred