Strombolian activity marked Popocatépetl on 27 September from 3:15 am and continued for 6 hours 16 minutes.
It was accompanied by tremor and emission of incandescent fragments falling in the crater and on the flanks up to 1,000 meters of distance; a plume of ash ash from 1,000 to 1,500 meters was observed.
Ash falls are reported on an WSW area, on the states of Mexico City and Morelos.
The Cenapred said that this activity remains within the parameters of the Amarillo fase 2 alert, unchanged, and is not directly related to the 7.1 magnitude earthquake of 19 September.
In the last 24 hours, identification of 25 low-intensity exhalations and two volcano-tectonic earthquakes, the last at 2:33 magnitude 1.8.
Sources: Cenapred & WebcamsdeMexico.
At the Agung, the seismicity is reinforced ... the last data of the PVMBG report for the 27 of September, at 19h, 444 deep volcanic earthquakes VA, 329 superficial volcanic earthquakes VB, and 56 local tectonic earthquakes, earthquakes with a force and in greater number than the day before.
The BNPB figures the number of people evacuated to nearly 100,000, possibly increasing.
Many dogs have been abandoned, without water or food, sometimes attached; they are searched and collected by volunteers from the Bali Animal Welfare Association / BAWA, forced to return for this action in the red zone.
Five sirens were installed to give early warning in case of eruption,
Sources: PVMBG, Magma Indonesia, BNPB / Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, ABC News.
An idyllic view of the summit of Agung - video Jiří Hruška 2016. / Sunrise on holy mountain Gunung Agung volcano (3033m) on Bali island in Indonesia. Climbed by Katka, Jana & Jirka (friends from Czech Republic) on 3rd May 2016. Captured by DJI Phantom 3 Advanced. Music: Ossuary 7: Resolved - Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
BAWA volunteer collects abandoned puppies in the red zone of the Agung - photo ABC News Archicco Guilianno
On Ambae, the activity of the Lombenben remains strong, and under surveillance of the Vanuatu Geohazards Observatory, and observations of the New Zealand authorities,
A picture of the Sentinel 2 / SWIR satellite reports the visible incandescence in the lake's cone.
The Council of Ministers of Vanuatu met on 28 September and decided:
A. The Ministers agree that the evacuation of all families out of Ambae is a must.
B. Agree that the offices with internal affairs identify the evacuation centers of Maewo, Pentecost and Santo to accommodate evacuees from Ambae.
C. Agreed that the Vanuatu and Vanuatu police force facilitates the compulsory movement of persons to accommodate the families and evacuation centers of Maewo, Pentecost and Santo.
D. Agree that the evacuation of the people must begin immediately and must be completed by 6 October 2017 at the latest.
E. Agree that the Ministry of Land with the Ministry of Interior to immediately identify the land and begin the process of acquiring Pentecost, Maewo and Santo for the displaced population of Ambae.
F. Agree that the Ministry of Education with the MDNO should find places for Ambae students in other schools at Pentecost, Maewo and Santo and evacuate pupils immediately to the respective schools.
Sources: Vanuatu Geohazards Observatory, Vanuatu Red Cross, Sentinel Hub.
Sinabung activity remains high, with on September 27th at least three eruptive episodes, accompanied by plumes of ash rising between 2,000 and 3,00 meters, interspersed with emission of a thick white degassing at 50-100 meters above the summit.
The dam on the River Laborus remains potentially dangerous, which can be the cause of lahar in case of rupture.
Sources: PVMBG & local photographers.