In Etna, the effusion of lava, still well present on April 8, seems to have decreased sharply yesterday.
Near the emission point located at the southern base of the south-eastern crater at 2.900 m altitude, the lava flow is done in a tunnel, to go out lower in a canal. Further down, small lava fronts are observed on the southwest flank of the volcano.
The tremor remains low, with very slight fluctuations.
Sources: Boris Bencke, Volcanodiscovery news, INGV Catania
Etna - small lava flow on the south upper flank at an altitide of 2,630 meters - photo Boris Behncke during a field visit on 08.04.2017
In Peru, explosions continue at the Sabancaya, with plumes reaching 4,800 meters above the crater and ash falls affecting the villages of the valley of Colca (Area of Arequipa).
OVI recommends wearing masks and goggles, clogging house openings and protecting livestock.
Source: OVI- Ingemmet
Yesterday evening and this morning, pyroclastic flows following block avalanches were observed at Sinabung in the area of Lau Borus and Simacem.
Source: Sadrah Peranginangin / Beidar Sinabung