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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

A summary of the best pictures of the last two months of 61g lava flow activity, southeast of Pu'u O'o- by EpicLava. .
 

At Kilauea, a strong tendency to deflation mark the summit in the past 24 hours. The lava lake surface dropped to 24 meters below the crater floor level of Halema 'uma'u and is no longer visible from Jaggar Overlook.

The lava flow 61g, which extends southeast of Pu'u O'o, continues to supply the ocean entries near Kamokuna. The breakouts are active on the coastal plain, about 2 km from the entrance of the lava into the ocean.

Source: Epic HVO & Lava

 

Villarica - Lava Lake and the emission of ashes 24.09.2016 / 19:48 - pictures P.O.V.I.
Villarica - Lava Lake and the emission of ashes 24.09.2016 / 19:48 - pictures P.O.V.I.

Villarica - Lava Lake and the emission of ashes 24.09.2016 / 19:48 - pictures P.O.V.I.

In Chile, the lava lake of Villarica remains active, with this September 24 at 7:48 p.m. local a new brief issue of ash.

The alert level remains at green.

Sources: P.O.V.I. & SERNAGEOMIN

News of Kilauea, Villarica and Fuego.

The Fuego has entered in a new eruption mode this September 24, 2016 from 15 pm local time: a lava flow is observable on webcams toward the barranca Las Lajas, 3,500 meters long, powered by a high lava fountain 200 meters.

The explosions follow one another at a rate of 3 to 4 per hour, accompanied by the expulsion of an ash plume to 4,500 meters asl. then moving to the south and west.

Source: INSIVUMEH

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