Turrialba - eruption in progress this 30.09.2017 at 7:10 local - ashes cover all the crater - webcam RSN
The week of Turrialba was punctuated by frequent eruptions accompanied by tremor.
On September 30, the eruption began at 6:48 am, producing a plume of ashes that rose to 1,000 meters above the crater.
The eruption lasted almost all day, accompanied by plumes of ashes between 500 and 1,000 meters, depending on weather conditions, and incandescent bombs falling back into the western crater.
Sources: Ovsicori, RSN & Comision Nacional de Emergencias.
Turrialba - the plume of ashes is visible from afar - 30.09.2017 / 6h48 - photo Comision Nacional de Emergencias / J.Pacheco
The day of the Agung was punctuated by earthquakes; the number has not yet been defined by the PVMBG.
- 30.09.2017 - 542 deep VA volcanic earthquakes, 252 VB superficial volcanic earthquakes and 4 local tectonic earthquakes
- 01.10.2017 - between 0h and 6h local time; 180 volcanic earthquakes VA, 100 volcanic earthquakes VB and 7 local tectonic earthquakes
Agung - seismogram between 29.09 / 17h and 30.09 / 16h - communication from Devay Natamanggala PVMBG
The number of refugees was 141,399 on 1 October at 12:00 local time, according to the BNPB, distributed in 417 places.
The governor of Bali ordered that the residents of 27 villages, or about 70,000 inhabitants, located within a dangerous radius around the volcano have remained displaced; Residents of the remaining 51 villages may return home independently or with the assistance of the Government.
Sources: BNPB - Devay Natamanggala / PVMBG
Agung - summary table of the number of refugees and their location on 01.10.2017 / 12h local - Doc BNPB
Some short news from other eruptions in photos: Nevados de Chillan, Santiaguito and Sakurajima.