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 October 16, 2019 at 3:24am

Underwater Volcano Erupts in Tonga – Ash and Gas Plume Reaches 17,000ft – Aviation VONA Alert Increased to Orange  10-15-2019


Comment by Juan F Martinez on September 23, 2019 at 1:13am

TRINIDAD and TOBAGO 9-22-2019

Tiny little Piparo volcano active burping, a very BAD OMEN for Trinidad and Tobago,and another sign that the South America Roll is moving right along.


Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 29, 2019 at 5:37am


Volcano on Italian island of Stromboli spews lava and ash in latest eruption

August 28, 2019 | 2:43pm

A volcano on the Italian island of Stromboli erupted Wednesday, sending a massive cloud of smoke and ash more than a mile into the sky – almost two months after a similar explosion killed a hiker there, according to reports.

The “high intensity” blast in southern Italy off the Sicilian coast was recorded just after noon, according to the National Institute of Geophysics and Vulcanology. No casualties were reported.

The explosion, which was classified as a “paroxysmal event,” produced a pyroclastic flow — a fast-moving mixture of gas, rock and volcanic ash that stretched several hundred meters into the sea, according to CNN.

In the July eruption, the volcano releasing hot trapped magma in a powerful explosion that killed the 35-year-old hiker, Massimo Imes, and covered the popular tourist destination in ash.

On Wednesday, video footage showed a group of Italians fleeing the tiny island in panic as gigantic clouds of ash rolled across the sea, according to The Telegraph.

On another small vessel, a British family watched as the eruption took place.

“Wow! The whole mountain is shaking!” a man says. “Oh my goodness, that is really bad, guys.”

Nicole Bremner, an Australian living in England, was on a boat off Stromboli when the eruption occurred, the news outlet reported.

“We were just at Stromboli volcano watching the small eruptions. We left and then this giant eruption happened!” she wrote in social media, adding that the smoke and ash had left “a metallic taste in our mouths.”

Elena Schiera, 19, of Palermo, Sicily, was on a sailboat during the eruption.

“We were sailing at a safe distance as per ordinance, when all of a sudden we heard a loud bang and saw a large black cloud spewing out of the Stromboli crater and pouring into the sea,” she told CNN.

“We immediately increased the speed of the boat to the maximum, even though, being a sailboat, the speed was still limited. Then the cloud arrived at sea and began to advance quickly towards us,” Schiera said.

“At that moment the panic broke out because we had the cloud a few meters away from our stern, but thanks to my father who was at the helm we managed to get away just in time because then the cloud started to rise again.”

Experts believe the volcano on Stromboli, part of the Aeolian archipelago, has been in nearly continuous eruption for at least 2,000 years, with incandescent lava, ash and volcanic rock regularly spewing from its cone.

“The situation is under control, but all the same we have activated the normal civil protection procedures,” said Marco Giorgianni, the mayor of Lipari, the most populated of the area’s islands.

Comment by jorge namour on August 27, 2019 at 7:26pm

Monstrous volcanic eruption in Russia reaches the stratosphere! (video)

08/27/2019 - Violent explosive activity of Shiveluch volcano in Russia has generated a 21,000 km high ash column, reaching the stratosphere.
The national scientific center of Russia reported it.



Comment by Juan F Martinez on August 21, 2019 at 8:40pm

Puluweh volcano eruption in Indonesia Today!   Report: bbsantosa

Comment by Starr DiGiacomo on August 20, 2019 at 3:48am


Eruption updates & news from Stromboli:

Stromboli volcano (Italy): intense activity continues, lava flow on Sciara del Fuoco

Monday Aug 19, 2019 15:55 PM
The activity of the volcano continues at very high levels, perhaps even increasing somewhat compared to the previous week.
Strombolian explosions, of often large size, from various vents have been occurring at rates of almost one every 2 minutes average (or 28 events per hour). Ash-rich explosions occur mainly from the Central/SW crater, while the vents in the NE crater cluster have been showing high degassing rates, accompanied by near-continuous lava spattering and medium to strong explosive activity with lava bombs reaching 150-200 m above the crater.
The new lava flow which had started at 02:35 local time on 18 Aug is still active. It originates probably from an ephemeral vent at about 550-600 m a.s.l in the Central sector and has descended to probably about 3-400 m, while glowing blocks from its front roll down and tumble into the sea. The lava flow in the SW sector, which had been active last week, in turn has ended.
The volcanic tremor is stable over very high values. Heat emission is very high, compatible with the occurrence of both effusive and intense explosive activity. The SO2 flux was measured with a slightly decreasing trend from very high to high values (yesterday: 202 tons per day).
and another:

Krakatoa (Krakatau) volcano news & eruption updates:

Krakatau volcano (Indonesia): continuing occasional explosions, field observations 15-17 Aug 2019

Monday Aug 19, 2019 16:20 PM
Two small explosions, probably phreatic (steam-driven), were recorded from the volcano during the past few days, one on 17 Aug at 20:23, the next one earlier today at 09:09 local time.
Due to intense haziness in the area, the eruptions were only inferred from seismic signals; no visual observations were made at the observatory. Each of them lasted about 1 minute and were relatively small.
During 15-17 Aug, a small group of VolcanoDiscovery visited the island during our most recent expedition to Krakatau and observed the crater lake, where expedition member Stefan Tommasini made some interesting temperature measurements at the crater lake of Anak Krakatau:
The water temperature was 62 degrees Celsius near the shore, probably more (around 80 deg C) in the middle of the lake. He observes also that in the center of the strongly steaming lake, a (cinder) cone seems to just be emerging above water level.
In addition, the water is very acid, with a pH value of 0.5, and much of the gasses are sulphur dioxide (SO2). At the coast, the seawater had a temperature of 35 degrees C. Also here, hot gases and hydrothermal solutions escape. More eruptions are likely in the near future.
Comment by jorge namour on August 17, 2019 at 4:24pm

Volcano Planet

AUGUST 17 2019
Pumice raft to the west of Tonga indicating an undersea eruption in recent days.



Comment by Juan F Martinez on July 28, 2019 at 3:37pm

JAPAN Kagoshima Volcano 7-28-2019 

Comment by Derrick Johnson on July 27, 2019 at 6:18am

Volcano erupts in Indonesia sending 100 tourists running for safety as terrifying plume of ash rises 660ft into the sky

  • Mount Tangkuban Parahu, in western Java, erupted around 3.45pm on Friday 
  • 100 tourists were caught in a mad scramble down the side of the mountain 
  • Ash was thrown 660ft up in the air and rained down on nearby villages 
  • The volcano is located 18 miles from the provincial capital of Bandung 

At least two people were taken to hospital with breathing difficulties as officials warned tourists to avoid the crater

A volcano has erupted in Indonesia, throwing a plume of ash more than 600ft into the sky and sending dozens of tourists fleeing down the maintain. 

Mount Tangkuban Parahu, located in West Java province, blew its top around 3.45pm local time while around 100 tourists were on the rim of the crater.

Local police said at least two people were taken to hospital suffering breathing difficulties.

Dramatic videos show cars and mopeds in a mad dash to escape - powering through a thick layer of ash on the road as more rains from the sky.

The ash also blanketed nearby villages, with pictures showing mounts of it built up on car windscreens.

The Centre for Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation said the ash spread both south and north east, but did not spread as far as regional capital Bandung - 18 miles to the south. 

Authorities have warned tourists not to approach the crater, saying that more volcanic activity could be likely.

The Mount Tangkuban Parahu tourism complex was also closed to tourists wanting to stay overnight.

Locals and traders at the complex were also warned to stay on high alert for any further eruptions.

Indonesia is one of the world's most vulnerable countries when it comes to natural disasters because it sits directly on top of the Pacific Ring of Fire.

The 'Ring of Fire' is a horseshoe-shaped geological disaster zone that is a hot bed for tectonic and volcanic activity.

Roughly 90 per cent of the world's earthquakes occur in the belt, which is also home to more than 450 volcanoes. 

The seismic region stretches along the Pacific Ocean coastlines, where the Pacific Plate grinds against other plates that form the Earth's crust.

It loops from New Zealand to Chile, passing through the coasts of Asia and the Americas on the way. 

The region is susceptible to disasters because it is home to a vast number of 'subduction zones', areas where tectonic plates overlap.

Earthquakes are triggered when these plates scrape or slide underneath one another, and when that happens at sea it can spawn tsunamis.   

Source: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7289853/Volcano-erupts-Ind...

Comment by Juan F Martinez on July 22, 2019 at 1:31am

PERU ~ Ubinas volcano eruption: State of emergency and 30,000 people evacuated

A state of emergency has been declared in the area around the volcano after it violently exploded on July 20, 2019, sending ash all the way into Bolivia.

Nearly 30,000 people have been evacuated.

According to Peru’s National Emergency Operations Center (COEN), ash from the volcano has covered 617 schools and 20 health centers in the southern region of the Andean nation.

The volcano set off a series of explosions last Thursday and emitted a column of ash about 5 kilometers (3 miles) high, which has since drifted with the wind, taking with it toxic gases.

Peru is located within the 40,000 kilometer, horseshoe shaped Pacific “Ring of Fire” which has 452 volcanoes, and a nearly continuous series of oceanic trenches.

It is the latest in a series of volcanic eruptions which have included Mount Etna on the east coast of Sicily, Italy, Popocatepetl in central Mexico and Stromboli, off the north coast of Sicily in Italy.

By Strange Sounds - Jul 21, 2019


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