In Ecuador, Sangay activity continues. The IGEPN informs this June 6 from 18:54 of the emission of a lava flow on the south-east flank, accompanied by falling incandescent blocks.
An orange VONA was released on June 7th at 01:40 Z for Kerinci by VAAC Darwin. It follows the CVGHM's observation of an eruption accompanied by an ash plume 800 meters above the summit, dispersing to the east.
DTG: 20190607 / 0140Z
VOLCANO: KERINCI 261170
PSN: S0142 E10116
SUMMIT ELEV: 3800M
ADVISORY NR: 2019/23
INFO SOURCE: VONA
AVIATION COLOR CODE: ORANGE
CVGHM REPORTED ERUPTION TO 800M SUMMIT MOVING ABOVE
EAST. VA UNIDENTIFIABLE ON SATELLITE IMAGERY DUE TO MET
Kerinci, located on central Sumatra, is on alert level 2 / waspada, with a prohibited area of 3 km radius around the crater.
On June 5, the observatory recorded 61 earthquakes. During the day, a white plume is noticed 150-200 meters above the summit.
Sources: CVGHM and VAAC Darwin
The Japan Meteorological Agency amended the alert level of two volcanoes on the main island of Honshu at the end of May.
Level 1 warning for Kurikomayama, following an increase in activity (not described) in the crater.
Small phreatic eruptions have occurred in the central cone of the caldera in historical times. His last activity dates back to 1950.
The Midagahara has also been raised to level 1 alert for the same reasons.
His last minor eruption was in 1839; hot springs punctuate the floor with an eroding caldera with ill-defined contours
Sources: JMA & Global Volcanism Program