Japan: A new island appears in the Ogasawara Islands - November 2013

Active volcanoes (Sep 28, 2012)



"Of course all volcanoes will explode, as this is going to be a very severe pole shift. What about the months and years preceding the pole shift? It is no secret that Mammoth Lake and the caldera of Yellowstone are warming up, and the populace has been prepared for these occurrences by the movie Volcano where there, in the middle of LA, lava is bubbling up. In fact, there is a fault line running from the approximate San Diego/LA area, up into the Sierras, and this is liable to rupture rather violently during one of the quakes that precedes the pole shift by some months. Volcanic eruptions from that area in the Sierras can be expected. Will Mount St. Helen erupt? All volcanoes that have been active within the memory of man will begin spewing and burping and oozing, and many that were not expected to become active will reactive. "   ZetaTalk - Feb 15, 2000

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Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 13, 2018 at 3:44pm

Orange alert for Kick Em Jenny volcano as activities increase 12 March 2018

An Orange alert has been issued for the Kick Em Jenny Volcano due to heightened activity.

Grenada's National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) through the technical support provided by the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Center in Port-of –Spain, Trinidad issued an advisory on Tuesday indicating that the alert level has been raised from Yellow to Orange.

The statement said that with this increase in the alert level, ships and other marine operators are asked to observe the exclusion zone of 5 km/3.1miles.

NaDMA in collaboration with the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Center will continue to monitor the activities of Kick em’ Jenny and will update the public as necessary, the release said.

Source: http://www.looptt.com/content/orange-alert-kick-em-jenny-volcano-ac...

Comment by Juan F Martinez on March 8, 2018 at 4:04pm

World unprepared for next major volcanic eruption, researchers say ‘death tolls could reach millions’


Comment by M. Difato on March 6, 2018 at 5:56pm

Japanese volcano that starred in James Bond film erupts, threatening to eject hot debris


 Flights grounded, as cars and buildings covered in ash after two violent eruptions

 The smoke was visible from a long distance (Kyodo/via Reuters)

A Japanese volcano that appeared in a James Bond film has erupted, shooting smoke and ash thousands of feet into the sky and grounding dozens of flights.

Residents living near Shinmoedake were warned about flying rocks and pyroclastic flows - hot gas and volcanic debris that race down the slopes at high speeds, incinerating or vaporising everything in their path. 

Japan's meteorological agency said the volcano, seen in the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice, violently erupted violently several times, in its biggest explosion since 2011. 

Grey smoke can be billowing into the sky and orange lava rising to the mouth of the crater on Japan's southernmost main island of Kyushu.

At the foot of the volcano, pedestrians in Kirishima city wore surgical masks or covered their noses with hand towels. Others used umbrellas to protect from falling ash, which covered cars and buildings.

About 80 flights in and out of the nearby Kagoshima airport were cancelled.

The 4,660ft volcano started having smaller eruptions last week.

The meteorological agency said the volcanic activity was expected to continue.

Japan, which sits on the Pacific "Ring of Fire", has 110 active volcanoes and is prone to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. 

An eruption of Mount Ontake in 2014 killed around 60 people.

Comment by jorge namour on February 19, 2018 at 4:40am

LAST MINUTE | Strong Eruption of Mount Sinabung in Indonesia. 02/19/2018.


Comment by Juan F Martinez on February 14, 2018 at 6:13pm

An eruption of lava and mud has occurred in Trinidad and Tobago, as the Wobble and South America Roll continues to increase. 

Videos ad pictures here: https://www.facebook.com/rorocontreraslopez/posts/10215227870388497

Comment by Juan F Martinez on January 24, 2018 at 9:48pm

The ‘Ring of Fire’ is on high alert. This horseshoe-shaped geological disaster area comprises over half of the world’s active volcanoes as well as subductions zones and plate movements responsible for earthquakes and, sometimes, subsequent tsunamis… Well, within the last few days, several countries situated on the ‘Ring of Fire’ such as the Philippines, Japan, Indonesia, and Alaska were hit by unprecedented volcanic eruptions and powerful earthquakes. Is this increased seismic activity due to the slowing down of Earth rotation? Or is the Super Blue Moon eclipse on January 31, 2018, playing with our nerves? Nobody knows… But some impressive seismic and volcanic events are going on right now on Earth.


Comment by jorge namour on January 23, 2018 at 11:25am

One killed and 11 injured after Gunma’s Mount Kusatsu-Shirane erupts


JAN 23, 2018


MAEBASHI, GUNMA PREF. – A Self-Defense Forces member died and 11 other people were injured after a volcano erupted near a ski resort in Gunma Prefecture on Tuesday morning, spewing cinders and possibly causing an avalanche.

Stones from the eruption of Mount Kusatsu-Shirane hit a gondola lift and injured at least four people on board with shattered glass, according to local rescuers. The 9:59 a.m. eruption of the 2,171-meter mountain is the first since 1983, according to the Meteorological Agency.

The stones also crashed through the roof of a rest house where about 100 people had evacuated, the rescuers said.

Video footage from the top of the resort’s gondola showed skiers gliding down the slopes as black rocks plummeted from the skies and snow billowed up as they struck the ground, sometimes just missing skiers. A cloud of black smoke later drifted in.

“There was this huge boom, and a big plume of totally black smoke rose up,” one skier told NHK. “I had absolutely no idea what had happened.”

A photograph taken at the site and shown on NHK depicted a gondola with a shattered window. At least several of the injuries were due to broken glass.

“Other people appeared to be hurt by the stones, which appeared to be around 10 to 20 cm in size,” another skier told NHK. CONTINUE.....

Comment by Howard on January 20, 2018 at 6:18pm

Philippines Mt. Mayon Volcano Erupts, Over 34,000 Evacuated (Jan 20) 

Mayon volcano entered a new eruptive phase on January 13, 2018 with phreatic eruptions and lava flows from a new lava dome. It was the first eruption of this volcano since August 2014. Alert Level was raised from 1 to 3 and by January 17, more than 34,000 people living around the volcano were evacuated.

The current exclusion zone includes a Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) that extends in a 6-kilometer (3.7 km) radius around the volcano and an Extended Danger Zone (EDZ) that extends 7 km (4.3 miles) on the southern flanks of the volcano, due to higher hazard in this area.

Lava flows were first observed on the southern slopes on January 14, followed by two lava collapse events producing rockfalls and pyroclastic density currents as well as degassing events which sent ash plumes SW and WSW of the volcano on January 15.

On January 18, twenty-four rockfall events and one volcanic earthquake were recorded by Mayon's seismic monitoring network.

Rockfall events were generated by the collapsing lava front and margins of the advancing lava flow on the Miisi Gully and by shedding from the summit dome onto the Bonga Gully. The Miisi lava flow has advanced to approximately 3 km (1.8 miles) from the summit crater well within the Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ). Ash clouds were lofted from the rockfall events as well as from the persistent disintegration of lava on the advancing front of the Miisi lava flow before drifting to the southwest.

Sulfur dioxide gas emission was measured at an average of 1,478 tonnes/day on January 18, 2018.

Similar activity was observed on January 19. Seismic network registered 5 rockfall events and the Missi lava flow was still 3 km from the summit crater.

Sulfur dioxide gas emission was measured at an average of 1,131 tonnes/day on January 19, 2018. Electronic tilt measurements indicate a sustained swelling or inflation of the edifice since November 2017, consistent with pressurization by magmatic intrusion.

Alert Level 3 remains in effect, which means that the volcano is still in a relatively high level of unrest and a hazardous eruption is still possible within weeks or even days.

The public is strongly advised to be vigilant and desist from entering the 6 kilometer-radius Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) and the 7-km Extended Danger Zone (EDZ) on the southern flanks due to the danger of rockfalls, landslides and sudden explosions or dome collapse that may generate hazardous volcanic flows.

PHIVOLCS is also advising increased vigilance against pyroclastic density currents, lahars and sediment-laden streamflows along channels draining the edifice.

Civil aviation authorities must also advise pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano’s summit as ash from any sudden eruption can be hazardous to aircraft.



Comment by Juan F Martinez on January 12, 2018 at 11:34pm

Volcanoes are rumbling again: Popocatepetl (Mexico), Shiveluch (Russia), Agung (Indonesia), Sinabung (Indonesia), Ebeko (Russia), Kadovar (PNG), seismic unrest at Tenorio, Irazu and Miravalles volcanoes (Costa Rica)

Jan 12, 2018

After a quiet start in 2018, volcanoes are rumbling again around the world, with strong volcanic activity recorded in Russia (Shivelush and Ebeko), in Indonesia (Agung and Sinabung) and a seismic unrest measured below Tenorio, Irazu and Miravalles volcanoes 5 minutes after the M7.6 (+2 = ~ M9.6) earthquake hit Honduras.


sinabung eruption january 12 2018. Andro Lew Foto

Comment by Howard on January 6, 2018 at 7:28pm

Kadovar Volcano Awakens in PNG, First Eruption in Known History (Jan 5) 

More than 500 people living on Kadovar Island, East Sepik Province of Papua New Guinea have been evacuated following the first eruption of Kadovar volcano in known history. This volcano, dormant until yesterday, is part of the Schouten Islands, and lies off the coast of New Guinea, about 25 km (15 miles) N of the mouth of the Sepik River. The latest activity at this volcano was a period of heightened thermal phenomena in 1976. The Aviation Color Code for the volcano was raised to Orange. 50 - 60 percent of the island is already covered in lava.

Kadovar started erupting around 12:00 local time Friday, January 5, 2018 (02:00 UTC), prompting authorities to send out boats to evacuate more than 500 people living on Kadovar Island. The boats were sent from Kopar, the nearest island, some 30-minutes boat ride from Kadovar.

According to Loop PNG, immediately after sending boats to Kadovar, Kopar councilor Tom Kelly said that thick clouds can be seen rising from the island. "The clouds are darker and increasing at an alarming rate," Kelly said.

Places like Kairuru Island, Mt Uru in Yangoru and Woginara in the West coast of Wewak District are under thick clouds and dust, Loop PNG reported 00:53 UTC, January 6. Kairuru is not visible from Wewak and Mushu is covered by dust, it said.

In a Loop PNG article published 08:24 UTC, January 6, Ricky Wobar, Wewak District Administrator, said that the situation at Kadovar Island has worsened.

The statement was made after an overflight confirmed lava coming out of the once dormant volcano.

"At least 50 to 60 percent of the island is covered in lava," he said.

Wobar said they saw no evidence of inhabitants on the island, adding that he hopes all of them have been evacuated. The National Disaster and Emergency Services were called in to respond at the earliest tomorrow.

According to Darwin VAAC, the volcanic emission was clearly visible on Himawari-8 imagery acquired 02:30 UTC today. The volcanic ash cloud was reaching an altitude of 2.1 km (7 000 feet) above sea level. 




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