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Earth of fire

Actualité volcanique, Article de fond sur étude de volcan, tectonique, récits et photos de voyage

Publié par Bernard Duyck
Publié dans : #Actualités volcaniques

The eruption of Pavlof, which began on November 12, intensified on November 14, bringing the aviation code to Red and the volcanic alert to Warning.
 

Pavlof: Modis An image showing the extension of the cloud over 400 km at an estimated altitude of at least 10,600 meters. - Image Daveschneider / AVO-USGS

Pavlof: Modis An image showing the extension of the cloud over 400 km at an estimated altitude of at least 10,600 meters. - Image Daveschneider / AVO-USGS

The tremor remains at a high level. The ash plume rises about 9,000 meters after the pilot report (11.14.2014 / 24:30) before moving to north-west over the Bering Sea. A Modis image shows an extension of the cloud over 400 km at an estimated altitude of at least 10,600 meters. The ash cloud is moving away from populated areas, and no ash fall is reported by the locals.





Pavlof - movement of the ash cloud 16.11.2014 / 5:32 UTC - Doc. NOAA / National weather Service

Pavlof - Tremor  on 11/15/2014 - Doc. AVO USGS

Pavlof - Tremor on 11/15/2014 - Doc. AVO USGS

Pavlof - movement of the ash cloud 16.11.2014 / 5:32 UTC - Doc. NOAA / National weather Service

Pavlof - movement of the ash cloud 16.11.2014 / 5:32 UTC - Doc. NOAA / National weather Service

Source :

Alaska Volcano Observatory

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