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Latest volcano news:
Wednesday, Jul 30, 2014
Kilauea (Hawai'i): The June 27 flow front has advanced more rapidly over the past four days, and is now 4.2km (2.6mi) from the vent (Seen in first photo below). This recent increased advance rate is due to the confinement of the flow against the slopes of an older perched lava channel, from 2007. The advance rate will likely drop in the coming days as the flow passes the confines of the perched channel and spreads out on flatter topography. ... [more]
Tuesday, Jul 29, 2014
Following more than 2 months of calm, the volcano is probably about to enter a new eruptive phase, a special bulletin of Ecuador's Geophysical Institute (IGPEN) informs. ... [more]
Volcanic activity worldwide 28 Jul 2014: Ibu, Reventador, Kilauea, Nishino-shima, Karangetang, Dukon...
Monday, Jul 28, 2014
Summary of some of the most significant events during the past days: ... [more]
Activity at the volcano has increased with more frequent small to moderately sized explosions from the growing lava dome in its summit. An explosion on the evening of 26 July generated a pyroclastic flow on the southwestern slope that reached almost 1 km length. ... [more]
Nishino-shima volcano (Japan): significant growth of the new island by continuing lava flows and strombolian activity
Activity at the growing island continues, perhaps even with increased intensity, judging from the recent pictures obtained by the Japanese Coast Guard on 23 July: ... [more]
A piece of the crater walls of the Halema'uma'u lava lake collapsed on 23 July and triggered a small explosive eruption. Liquid spatter was ejected to the outer perimeter of the pit crater (including webcam position and the closed observation area) and an ash plume was generated. ... [more]
Ibu volcano (Halmahera, Indonesia) activity update: thermal anomalies suggest resumed lava dome growth
New thermal signals have been detected recently coming from the northern rim of the volcano's summit crater, suggesting that the volcano has entered a phase of increased activity. ... [more]