The persistent activity since the beginning of the month at the summit of Mount Etna evolved yesterday towards repeated strombolian explosions at the southeast crater, while incandescence persists at the Voragine.
Sources: INGV and webcams
The south east crater of Mount Etna yesterday 12.03.2017 between 19:55 and 23:36 - webcam Radio Studio 7
In Bogoslof, an ongoing seismic swarm follows those recorded on 10 and 11 March, which did not lead to any significant activity.
The volcano remains unpredictable. Its last explosion, on 8 March, produced changes both in size and form of the island. The most active vent is always located underwater in the center of the island, and has been greatly expanded by the last eruption. A new vent is seen on the north shore, while the west coast line has grown.
Source: Alaska Volcano Observatory
Bogoslof - morphological changes on 11.03.2017 - one click to enlarge - photo Dave Schneider / AVO / Worlview 2 sat Image data provided under Digital Globe NextView License.
Bogosmlof - Morphological evolution between 3 and 11 March 2017 - click to enlarge - photo Dave Schneider / AVO / Worlview 2 sat Image data provided under Digital Globe NextView License.
In Guatemala, the Pacaya is characterized by the expulsion of lava, a gray-colored plume, and mild and sporadic explosions.