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Earth of fire

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

Publié le par Bernard Duyck
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The AVO detected a gradual increase in activity at Bogoslof on January 17, starting at 13:22 UTC and continuing until an increase of the tremor at 14:48 UTC.
Minor explosions were observed around 3:00 pm and 4:40 pm UTC, before a decline in seismicity.
The ash cloud has risen to a maximum of 4,500-4600 meters and the aviation code remains at Orange.


Source: AVO

Bogoslof - seismogram of 17.01.2017 / UTC clock on the right - doc.AVO

Bogoslof - seismogram of 17.01.2017 / UTC clock on the right - doc.AVO

In Mexico, a strong explosion shook the Colima on January 18 at 0:27, projecting incandescent fragments on all sides of the volcano, and accompanied by a plume rising to more than 4,000 meters.
Falls of ash are reported in the northern area of ​​Comala.


Sources: Colima Volcano and webcamsMexico

Colima - explosion of 18.01.2017 / 0h28-0h29 - webcamsdeMexico / Retuit
Colima - explosion of 18.01.2017 / 0h28-0h29 - webcamsdeMexico / Retuit

Colima - explosion of 18.01.2017 / 0h28-0h29 - webcamsdeMexico / Retuit

What's going on in Zhupanovsky?
The Kamchatka Volcano Nature Park features two powerful plumes above the volcano and recommends travelers and tour operators to avoid the area. In the event of an eruption, gas concentrations could exceed the maximum allowed, and ash falls would be possible.
KVERT did not comment at this time on a possible volcanic activity.

Zhupanovsky - photo 02.11.2015 / A.Nuzhdaev / IVS FEB RAS / KVERT

Zhupanovsky - photo 02.11.2015 / A.Nuzhdaev / IVS FEB RAS / KVERT

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