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 Starr DiGiacomo on December 31, 2018 at 9:20pm


Bali volcano shoots ash 700m into the air in its most recent explosion

  • 31/12/2018

A volcano in Bali shot a column of hot ash into the sky early on Sunday (local time), one of several explosions in the past week.

Mt Agung erupted for three minutes, sending smoke and ash more than 700m high, according to the local Volcanology and Geological Mitigation Agency (VGMA).

The eruption has not prompted evacuations, although its alert status remains at the second-highest level, reports 7 News.

Flights are still operating normally, and the air around Bali's capital, Denpasar is clear from ash.

Tourists have been warned to stay away from the danger zone - a 4km radius around the crater of the mountain.

The dust from the explosion has blanketed several villages close to the mountain according to VGMA spokesperson Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.

Mt Agung is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia.

Indonesia is located on the 'Ring of Fire' - a series of fault lines stretching from the western hemisphere through Japan and southeast Asia, which makes it prone to volcanic eruptions.

Last week, Anak Krakatau in Indonesia's Sunda Straits erupted and collapsed into the sea, causing a devastating tsunami that killed 431 people on Java and Sumatra.

Comment by jorge namour on December 24, 2018 at 4:56pm

Volcano Planet shared a post.
50 mins ·
Eruption on Etna today


Comment by Recall 15 on December 24, 2018 at 12:14am

Sunday Dec 23, 2018 17:18 PM | BY: T
Large part of Anak Krakatau has collapsed into the sea - reconstruction of the eruption
(Steam and ash explosions at Krakatau seen this morning (Image: Dicky Adam Sidiq/kumparan))

First visual information about the situation on Anak Krakatau island group itself has come in, revealing that a large part of Anak Krakatau's SW flank has collapsed, which most likely is the trigger for last night's tsunami.

An overflight of was undertaken today by the Kumparan agency and revealed continuous, violent phreatomagmatic explosions, i.e. driven by lava and water interaction.



Comment by KM on December 23, 2018 at 3:22am


Tsunami strikes Indonesia killing at least 40 people and injuring 600 more after Krakatoa blows its top as volcanic ash spreads across the region threatening holiday flights

  • Indonesia's Disaster Mitigation Agency said at least 40 people have been confirmed killed in the tsunami
  • A further 600 people have been injured after the wave hit beaches around the Sunda Strait 
  • It is believed the wave was caused by seismic activity from the volcanic eruption on nearby Krakatoa 
  • Pilots operating in the region have been warned about a volcanic ash cloud spreading from the eruption site 

At least 40 people have been killed after a tsunami caused by a volcanic eruption hit beaches in Indonesia

The wave hit beaches around the Sunda Strait late on Saturday night. 

The country's Disaster Mitigation Agency confirmed around 600 people have been injured. 

A tsunami alert was issued and people in low-lying areas fled to higher ground. 

Indonesian officials believe the tsunami was caused by an eruption on nearby Krakatoa, which has been spewing volcanic ash into the air. 

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has been monitoring the situation and has issued a red warning to airline pilots operating in the region that an ash cloud is spreading south west from the volcano to an altitude of 55,000 feet.   

Survivors of the Indonesian tsunami which killed 40 and injured a further 600 sheltered in a mosque after they evacuated to higher ground in case of further flooding

Survivors of the Indonesian tsunami which killed 40 and injured a further 600 sheltered in a mosque after they evacuated to higher ground in case of further flooding

Killer wave was believed to have been caused by a volcanic eruption on nearby Krakatoa

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning to airline pilots working in the region that a volcanic ash cloud is heading south west from the scene of of the eruption up to an altitude of 55,000 feet

The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has issued a warning to airline pilots working in the region that a volcanic ash cloud is heading south west from the scene of of the eruption up to an altitude of 55,000 feet

It is believed the tsunami was caused by an undersea landslide following the eruption of the Krakatoa volcano. 

It is understood the wave hit beaches on the Sunda Strait - between the islands of Java and Sumatra. 

In September, at least 832 people were killed by a quake and tsunami that hit the city of Palu on the island of Sulawesi, which is just east of Borneo. 

A volcanic eruption in Krakatoa in 1883 was one of the deadliest in recorded history killing more than 36,000 people. 

A video circulating on Twitter shows a two-foot high wave washing ashore. Later photographs show cars overturned and buildings destroyed. 

However, local media said Indonesian authorities warned coastal areas could be hit by 7-foot high waves.  

The Meteorology and Geophysics agency in a separate statement said it could have been caused by undersea landslides from the eruption of Anak Krakatau, a volcanic island formed over years from the nearby Krakatau volcano. It also cited tidal waves caused by the full moon.

The number of victims is likely to increase because not all affected areas have been assessed, said disaster agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho.

One witness,  Øystein Lund Andersen wrote on Facebook: 'I had to run, as the wave passed the beach and landed 15-20m (meters) inland. Next wave entered the hotel area where i was staying and downed cars on the road behind it. Managed to evacuate with my family to higher ground trough forest paths and villages, where we are taken care of (by) the locals. Were unharmed, thankfully.'

He said he had been taking photographs of the eruption on Krakatoa when the wave struck. 

He added: 'So encountered my first tsunami it seems, hopefully my last.'  

Comment by M. Difato on November 19, 2018 at 2:07pm

Guatemala's erupting Volcan de Fuego triggers evacuations



 In this image taken with a long exposure, Guatemala's Volcan de Fuego, or Volcano of Fire, spews hot molten lava from its crater on Monday.Moises Castillo / AP

 GUATEMALA CITY — Disaster coordination authorities have asked 10 communities in Guatemala to evacuate and go to safe areas after an increased eruption of the Volcano of Fire.

The 10 communities have at least 2,000 residents, but each community will decide if they evacuate or not. Antigua al Rescate, an organization that helped communities after a devastating eruption in June, and a newspaper in the capital reported at least three communities were doing so.

Images of the volcano after midnight showed glowing lava at the summit. The volcano is located among the departments of Escuintla, Chimaltenango and Sacatepéquez in the south-central part of the country.

David de León, spokesman for the National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction, told The Associated Press that at least eight communities should leave.

Posted:  Nov. 19, 2018 / 2:41 AM EST / Updated 4:33 AM EST / Associated Press

Comment by jorge namour on October 3, 2018 at 6:45am

Soputan Volcano in Sulawesi, Indonesia .

OCTOBER 3 2018

Awesome video of the eruption a few minutes ago of the #Soputan Volcano in Sulawesi, Indonesia ... its ash column exceeded 4 km in height


MAP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soputan

Comment by jorge namour on September 23, 2018 at 6:20pm

Krakatau volcano eruption in Indonesia 2018. Eruption of Anak Volcano Krakatau in Indonesia, impressive sound of volcano strength.

Krakatoa, or Krakatau is a volcanic island situated in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra in the Indonesian province of Lampung.

Krakatau volcano eruption in Indonesia (Sept 22, 2018)


Katla volcano releases massive amount of CO2 daily ICELAND

September 13, 2018


According to new study into CO2 release of Katla volcano the amount released by the volcano is massive. According to the news on Rúv the daily amount released of CO2 is 20 kiloton (1 kiloton = 1000 tons). What is not known today is if this high release of CO2 is constant or if it fluctuates during the year. More reaches is needed into that possible.

I don’t know how much magma is needed for this amount of CO2 release from Katla volcano. What I do know is that it is not little amount of magma inside Katla volcano.

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on September 13, 2018 at 8:51pm


Alert Level Raised to Orange on Mount Veniaminof Volcano

September 11 2018 (Alaska)

The Alaska Volcano Observatory raised the alert level on Mount Veniaminof last week after satellite imagery showed low-level ash emissions emanating from the volcano’s caldera.

The alert level was raised from green to yellow on September 3rd after increased seismic activity was detected and raised further the next day to orange after ash was detected.

Veniaminof, an 8,225-foot stratovolcano is one of the largest and most active volcanos in the Aleutian arc. In the past 200 years, the volcano has erupted at least 13 times.

Passengers on the Tustumena spotted lava flowing and fountaining from the volcano as it transited the area traveling from Sand Point to Chignik on Monday.

Comment by Howard on August 25, 2018 at 7:58pm

Papua New Guinea Volcano Spews Ash 15 Kilometers High, Thousands Flee (Aug 25) 

An island volcano on the north coast of Papua New Guinea erupted early on Saturday, forcing 2,000 villagers to flee from lava flows.

Manam Island, just 10 km (6 miles) wide, is one of the Pacific nation's most active volcanoes and is home to roughly 9,000 people.

Three villages were directly in the path of the lava flow and residents had to be evacuated to safer ground.

The Rabaul Volcano Observatory (RVO) reported the eruption began at 6 a.m. local time (2000 GMT Friday), sending an ash column 15 km (50,000 feet) above sea level.

The ash falls were so heavy that trees broke under the weight, the RVO said in an information bulletin.

'The most affected areas are Baliau and Kuluguma and due to the very poor visibility caused by the ash fall, people are using torch light to move around,' it said.

The RVO's Steve Saunders said it was an unusually large eruption.

'There are no casualties as far as we know but we are telling people to keep away from valleys for risk of mud flows. There's a heavy thick blanket of ash on the flank and if there is heavy rainfall, we are making people aware of the threat,' he said by phone. Saunders said the initial phase of the eruption was over but a new vent had opened, indicating more activity may be likely.

Manam Island, just 10 km (6 miles) wide, is one of the Pacific nation's most active volcanoes and is home to roughly 9,000 people. The Darwin Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (DVAAC) issued a threat warning to aviation to reroute around the cloud, which was above the cruising level of commercial airlines.

Previous eruptions on Manam have killed residents who breathed in the ash or were buried by landslides, according to volcanic information website volcanodiscovery.com.



Comment by jorge namour on August 24, 2018 at 6:37pm


AUGUST 24 2018

Paroxysmal activity at the new South-East Crater started around 9.30 local time of 24 August 2018 and lasted about an hour. #Etna #eruption #park #unesco #volcano


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