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"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 Sevan Makaracı on April 20, 2012 at 12:14pm

Update / April 19 :

MEXICO, POPOCATEPETL  VOLCANO

As the volatile Popocatepetl volcano belches ash and blazing rock fragments into the air, authorities have amped up alert levels for the areas surrounding the mountain near Mexico City. Increased activity this week prompted Mexican authorities to raise the alert level to five on a seven-level scale. Civil defense dispatcher Dulce Maria told the AP that while the alert level remains high, no evacuations have been planned. The volcano straddles two Mexican states, Puebla and Morelos, about 40 miles south of Mexico City. Areas close to the volcano have been closed off, and people are warned to stay at least seven miles from the crater, where a lava dorm is forming, according to the National Disaster Prevention Center. Nearby residents are urged to cover their mouths to avoid inhaling ash, and to clean it from weak rooftops. On Wednesday, the center reported that some glowing pieces of rock had rolled about a quarter mile down the volcano's slopes. Schools in at least five towns have cancelled classes.

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Comment by Sevan Makaracı on April 17, 2012 at 9:43am

APRIL 17, ECUADOR, SANGAY VOLCANO

EXPLOSION AND ASH COLUMN OBSERVED, GROWING LAVA DOME

During an overflight on 13 April, an explosion from Sangay volcano was observed at 08:25 local time. It generated an ash and steam column of 2 km above the summit crater. A new vent was detected, both on visible and thermal images, located next to the active dome on the SE flank (Ñuñurqu). The activity in this area has intensified since October, when the last aerial survey had taken place. Extensive lava flows are descending on the SE flank of the dome and reaching the base of the cone. Strong fumarolic activity was seen on the SE flank of the dome and on the S flank of the central crater.     Source

Comment by Howard on April 13, 2012 at 9:14pm

Turrialba Volcano Erupts, Costa Rica (April 12)

Thursday morning the Turrialbla volcano unleashed a new series of eruptions, with experts converging on the colossus to take a close look at the smoke emanations coming from its centre.

According to the Red Sismológica Nacional (RSN) and the Observatorio Vulcanologio y Sismologico de Costa Rica (OVISCORI) the activity does not present any danger, but will continue to monitor the volcano much closer.

The alert followed reports by area residents of hearing a large rumble and then the sighting of dark coloured smoke, produced by gas fumes from the volcano.

Last January the volcano became a concern for residents and experts following the emanation of white gas fumes.

Several RSN experts are on their way to the top of the volcano and the OVISCORI is keeping the national park closed and under a green alert.

Comment by Howard on April 13, 2012 at 5:50am

Mount Etna Erupts AGAIN! (April 13) -

The eruption spewed blood-red molten lava and grey and white ash into the air - is the 24th in a series that started in January 2011.

The Sicilian volcano has erupted three times in the past month, with regular 12 day pauses.

The main eruption is located at the south-eastern crater, not far from Zafferana Etnea village, but so far Italian authorities have not issued any warning of danger to houses and people.

The south-eastern crater, born in 1971, has been the most active in recent years.

In the recent past, lava flows have mainly damaged properties, but due to its slow speed the lava has not killed anyone.

Heavy ash emissions sometimes force the closure of nearby Catania International Airport.

For now, the airport remains open.

Mount Etna, has erupted for the fifth time this year.

Hot lava and ash spewed from the top into a valley nearby on the Italian island of Sicily.

The eruption happened on Sunday morning at 4am local time for more than an hour and a half.

Although the area around the volcano was covered by ash, it didn't affect planes traveling near it.

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Comment by Howard on April 7, 2012 at 11:19pm

Unexplained Melting at the Askja Volcano Crater Lake (Iceland) -

The crater lake on Askja caldera has mysteriously become ice-free over the last month while lakes around it (that aren’t on volcanoes) and at lower elevations are still ice-covered – not to mention that normally the lake isn’t ice-free until June or July.

Comment by Howard on April 2, 2012 at 4:02am

April 1, 2012

Mount Etna Erupts AGAIN - 5 Times So Far This Year -

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"Europe's tallest volcano Mount Etna has erupted for the fifth time this year, spewing forth lava and ash.

"Stunning images show molten lava pouring down the mountain's side just after 4am local time. Local reports said it continued until about 5.30am.

"Ash from the eruption was thrown around the local area in Sicily, southern Italy, but there was no damage reported and air traffic was not disrupted."

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Comment by Sevan Makaracı on March 24, 2012 at 11:07am

MARCH 23, MONTSERRAT (CARIBBEAN SEA), SOUFRIERE HILLS VOLCANO

NEW ASH ERUPTIONS HAVE OCCURED, INCREASE IN SEISMIC ACTIVITY

An “noticeable” increase in seismic activity at the Soufirere Hills Volcano has resulted in the closure of the Zone C area near the volcano, which had been reopened for daytime entry in December. Dr Paul Cole, director of the Montserrat Volcano Observatory, told a radio station Friday that it was a precautionary measure as authorities continue to monitor the volcano. “Following two volcano-tectonic swarms on the March 22 and 23, 2012 involving 49 and 54 events respectively, mild ash venting began at Soufriere Hills Volcano at around 8:00am local time on March 23,” the MVO said in a statement. .... (Photo:MVO)

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Comment by Recall 15 on March 24, 2012 at 6:45am

March 22

Pacaya Volcano, Guatemala

The Pacaya volcano eruption pattern is changing after almost 2 years of activity, registering small pulses of tremor-internal vibration-and gas exhalations.

Fuego Volcano:

faint white plume seen heading west, recording 10 fly ash explosions to 500 meters high spreading for 10 kilometers to the west, southwest. Some of the explosions have been accompanied by weak rumbling sound  and degassing.

Santiaguito Volcano:

Weak to moderate explosions which are loaded with plenty of gray ash to a height of fifteen meters above the crater. Some of these explosions generated pyroclastic flows and volcanic area are constant avalanches. Also there is a new lava flow parallel to that in the southeast flank and the seismic station in the Santiaguito volcano registers 44 explosions in 24 hours.

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http://conred.gob.gt/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&...

Comment by Howard on March 20, 2012 at 11:42pm

Tungurahua Volcano in Ecuador - New Eruption (March 20)

Another series of explosions has occurred early today at Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador, the Instituto Geofísico (IG) reports. The eruption was reported to be very noisy and caused minor ash fall in nearby villages, but no damage.

From 23:39 (local time) on March 19, a rapid increase of tremor was detected and observers reported roaring noises from the volcano in up to 14 km distance. About an hour after the onset of tremor reports of ash fall came from El Manzano and Choglontús.

At 00h22 today, there was an loud explosion whose cannon-shot like shock wave was heard in Choglontús, El Manzano and Puntzán. Incandescent lava bombs could be seen ejected from the summit crater and landing up to approx. 200 m distance on the upper slope.

From the 01h08 (local time) tremor decreased and also the noises from the volcano. Cloud cover prevented detailed observations this morning.

According to a first analysis, only the south-west sector received ash fall. In the Choglontús area, ash continued to fall until 07:00 (local time) and was measured to have accumulated 383 grams per square meter, corresponding to less than 1 mm of ash.

Comment by Selim KARABIYIK on March 18, 2012 at 5:29pm

Mount Etna Erupts, Spews Column of Ash 

18 March, 2012, Sunday

Italy's Mount Etna manifested a new spate of activity, spewing a column of black smoke and ash 6-7 km up into the sky. This is the fourth activity phase for Etna since the start of the year. The volcanowas active via its new south-east crater.

At present the airport in nearby Italian city of Catania is operative, but if needed flights will be cancelled, reports ANSA.

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