At the Agung, the seismicity of November 9 is characterized by an episode of harmonic tremor, 78 deep volcanic earthquakes VA, 34 superficial volcanic earthquakes VB, and 14 local tectonic earthquakes, of which 2 felt.
The earthquake of M5.0 SR of November 9 at 4:54 WIB, and a depth of 10 km, located at 11.35 km from the Agung, is associated, function of the position of its epicenter and its depth, with an active fault.
According to Devy Syahbana, in a communication reported by the Antara News media, "This means that the episode of Mount Agung is not over yet, there is still a lot of energy."
The vapor and gas plume was observed at a height of 50-200 meters above the crater.
Sources: PVMBG, Magma Indonesia and Antara News
Agung - seismicity at 09.11.2017 - Doc.Magma Indonesia
On Ambae, after a general evacuation in September, the inhabitants started to reintegrate their island, but they find themselves in a situation more than uncomfortable.
The strong fallout of ashes due to the current activity, possibly hydromagmatic, pollutes the water reserves, and defiles the cultures of cabbage and taro. Acid rain is feared.
Local authorities claim that their request for the supply of breathing masks, sunglasses and head covers to national authorities has "fallen on deaf ears". There is urgency for these supplies and for drinking water supplies.
Source: NZ Radio
Sheveluch's activity disrupts some overhead aerians lines over Alaska.
Dave Schneider, of the Alaska Volcanic Observatory, claims that the ash cloud from Sheveluch volcano, on the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia more than 2,000 km away, had an explosion on Tuesday and sent a cloud of ash at about 26,000 feet in the atmosphere. The plume drifted over parts of northern Alaska on Wednesday.
Source: AVO, KVERT, and VAAC Tokyo