Sheveluch - Sentinel picture 2 nat. colors of 15.04.2019 - the south and south-west zones of the cone are covered with ashes - one click to enlarge
Sheveluch continues its explosive-extrusive activity with this April 15 a plume of ash and gas rising to 4,000 meters asl, before drifting south over 45 km.
The aviation code remains orange, the activity can produce ash explosions at international and local flight altitudes
Source: KVERT & VAAC Tokyo
In the Kuriles, the Ebeko shows a moderate eruptive activity, characterized by explosions of rain and panache at 3,000-3,200 meters asl., drifting eastward for 5 km.
The aviation code remains orange, other explosions can emit ash plumes up to an altitude of 6,000 meters
The Phivolcs continues to record volcanic earthquakes in Taal : 5 on April 12, 10 on April 13, and 4 on April 14. (reports the next day at 8am)
The last field measurements were made on April 11 in the eastern sector of the main crater lake, with a temperature increase of 31.7 to 31.9 ° C, a water level decrease of 10 cm and a pH which went from 2.67 to 2.95.
Light inflation is measured by GPS.
The Taal remains on alert level 1, with a crater forbidden due to possible sudden phreatic eruptions, and the accumulation of toxic gases. The entire island is considered a Permanent Danger Zone, and parking there is not recommended.