In the Lesser Sunda Islands, Sirung volcano has been qet on orange aviation alert level by the VAAC Darwin, based on data from MTSAT-2 and HIMAWARI-8.
The Sirung is located at the northeastern end of a line of volcanic centers 14 km long, which forms a peninsula south of Pantar Island.
This low volcano, 862 meters high, is truncated by a caldera 2,000 meters wide; the floor is occupied by one or more acidic lakes. This site was the seat of phreatic eruptions in the 20th century; the last eruption, probably of phreatic nature, took place in May 2012.
- Darwin VAAC
- Global volcanism Program - Sirung
Few news from the Sinabung, where a new pyroclastic flow was nevertheless photographed yesterday Sinabung - colulée of pyroclastic 07/07/2015 - Ohoto Hasron David Ginting via Beidar Sinabung
Colima - Incandescent collapses of 07/07/2015 to 02h15 and 22h16 - a click to enlarge - Images WebcamsdeMexico / Retuit
In Mexico, there has been in Colima several collapses of incandescent blocks in the day of July 7, thanks to the webcam of Mexico.
The Twitter page reports that: "The actividad reciente puede deberse has Derrumbes del frente de un nuevo de lava flujo / Recent activity may be due to landslides face a new lava flow.."
To the Piton de la Fournaise, and in lack of news from OVPF, a return to calm of the volcano seems to emerge since Tuesday.
As in April-May this year, La Fournaise takes his time ... and The Prefecture can not maintain the alert level 1 and the prohibition of access if the quiet persists.
Source: Clicanoo - Piton de la Fournaise: calm reigns again