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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
Publié dans : #Actualités volcaniques

In the absence of important news about the current volcanic activity, I propose a tour of the photogenic craters with recent images.
 
Let's start with the Agung, where no significant changes are to be reported,
The BNPB teams were able to take pictures of the crater with a drone ... it becomes a necessary passage, but on Bali, the teams had to show ingenuity for the launch of the drone: to acquire a sufficient speed of takeoff , it was launched by the passenger of a motorcycle, which also officiated as a guide.

To greet!
 

The crater of the gunung Agung by the drone of the BNPB - on the left of the crater, the crack emits at various points of the fumaroles responsible for the white plume that surmounts the building - photo vua Sutopo Nugroho

The crater of the gunung Agung by the drone of the BNPB - on the left of the crater, the crack emits at various points of the fumaroles responsible for the white plume that surmounts the building - photo vua Sutopo Nugroho

Agung - the maneuver before the observation, with this original drone throw - photo BNPB

Agung - the maneuver before the observation, with this original drone throw - photo BNPB

Beautiful view of the summit area of ​​Turrialba, with various small reservoirs of water and an active crater emitting a plume loaded with ashes.

Summit of the Turrialba - book photo Costa Rica vol. 2. / www.craerea.com

Summit of the Turrialba - book photo Costa Rica vol. 2. / www.craerea.com

In Poas, only permanent degassing surmounts the active crater, blackened by previous ash emissions.

Poas - the active crater covered with ashes - photo RSN

Poas - the active crater covered with ashes - photo RSN

Overview for maintenance of the Erebus GPS network, mid October by the Unavco teams,
This volcano, located in Antarctica, is the southernmost active volcano of the planet; its crater contains an active phonolithic lava lake.

Erebus - Mid October flight by UNAVCO teams / photo Annie Zaino

Erebus - Mid October flight by UNAVCO teams / photo Annie Zaino

Erebus - Mid October flight by UNAVCO teams / photo Annie Zaino

Back on the Shinmoedake, in alert level 3, for those who would have missed, with this video by drone of James Reynolds / Earth Uncut TV / 12.10.2017.

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