A moderate explosive activity marks the Ebeko, on the island of Paramushir in the archipelago of the North Kuril.
The KVERT reported an explosion on 2 September at 00:42 UTC, lasting 30 minutes; observers on Severo-Kurilsk observed a plume of ash rising to more than 3,300 meters asl and extending over 7 km to the east. An emission of steam and gas, somewhat charged with ashes, continues.
This activity was the subject of an advisory of the VAAC Tokyo this 2 of September at 01:21.
The aviation code is orange, as the continuation of volcanic activity is likely to affect low-level flights and Severo-Kurilsk airport.
Source: KVERT & VAAC Tokyo.
The activity of the Sakurajima is also continuing, with no further comment from the Japan Meteorological Agency, which maintains the alert level at 3 on a scale of 5.
Between 21 and 28 August, the date of the last report in the GVP, 17 explosive episodes marked the Showa crater, returned to business in 2006 and the main active vent since that. Ejections of materials up to a height of 800 meters are reported, as well as plumes of ash rising to 1,400 meters above the crater edge.
Images of the webcam show an activity that continues this September 02 at 16:20 local.
Sources: JMA webcam and K.Hirata / Facebook (via Shérine France)