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

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 Turrialba - continuous emission of ash that 08/11/2016 - Ovsicori

Turrialba - continuous emission of ash that 08/11/2016 - Ovsicori

In the last 24 hours, the activity of Turrialba has remained stable; ash emissions have continued, with pulses amount to about 1,000 meters above the crater.
The low wind speed has to divide the ashes in all directions, with falls of ashes marked west of the volcano : Cartago, Tres Rios, Coronado ...


Source: Ovsicori.

 Sabancaya - the plume over 2,000 meters 11/08/2016 at 13:25 - photo OVI-INGEMMET

Sabancaya - the plume over 2,000 meters 11/08/2016 at 13:25 - photo OVI-INGEMMET

In Peru, ash emissions continue at Sabancaya.

The OVI's report indicates a significant release yesterday at 13 : 20 with an plume amount 2,400 meters above the crater, spreading out in a 5 km radius.


Sources: OVI-INGEMMET

Sabancaya - issuance of the ashes 11.08.2016 / 3:39 p.m. - photo OVI-INGEMMET

Sabancaya - issuance of the ashes 11.08.2016 / 3:39 p.m. - photo OVI-INGEMMET

The eruption of the Sabancaya 08.11.2016 - photo Ernesto Benavides for AFP

The eruption of the Sabancaya 08.11.2016 - photo Ernesto Benavides for AFP

Since 3 November, Klyuchevskoy's activity is declining: the lava flows are no longer observed; only a small summit glow remains visible.
The temperature of the thermal anomaly was reduced from 04.11. Strong degassing persists however, and the aviation code is Yellow.


Sources: Volkstat & KVERT

 Klyuchevskoy - only an important degassing persists - photo Volkstat.ru / 04.11.2016

Klyuchevskoy - only an important degassing persists - photo Volkstat.ru / 04.11.2016

Since 20 October, researchers from the Japanese Ministry of Environment have set foot on Nishinoshima, where they carry out analysis and sampling of rocks, plants and insects; they were also able to observe the colonization of the volcanic island by masked boobies and nesting evidence.
Different devices of seismic measures were implemented.

 


Source: Japan Times

Nishinoshima - researchers at work on the volcanic island - photo Kyodo news / 29/10/2016

Nishinoshima - researchers at work on the volcanic island - photo Kyodo news / 29/10/2016

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