"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



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Comment by Howard on November 24, 2014 at 5:25am

Update on the Fogo Volcano eruption off West Africa...

A rare eruption of Cape Verde volcano Pico do Fogo, its biggest in decades, caused the closure of the airport and evacuation of local residents.

A photograph posted on the local RTC TV station website showed a huge plume of smoke rising into the sky, visible from the capital Praia on a neighbouring island.

"Things could deteriorate in the coming moments, in the coming hours," prime minister Jose Maria Neves said in a statement.

"We've called on people to heed the authorities' instructions, people should abandon Cha das Caldeiras."

The main road which provides access to Chã das Caldeiras is cut because the lava coming out of the volcano was already destroyed three poles of CVTelecom.

The Cova Tina location is under heavy "rain" of fine sand.

The smell of sulfur from the eruption have also reached the city of S. Filipe.

The eruption has increased in intensity, having opened another crater in the volcano, totaling three craters.

However, even with strong smell of sulfur and dust spread through the air, some people have refused to leave their homes.

The volcano last erupted in 1995, causing minor damage.





Comment by jorge namour on November 23, 2014 at 2:53pm


Volcano Planet
24 minutes ago

Unrest on Fogo volcano in the Cape Verde Islands was noted from 4:29 in the morning and the eruption had begun at 10:02 (all times local time)


Footage of the eruption which begun on Fogo in the Cape Verde Islands.

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Comment by Howard on November 22, 2014 at 4:50am

Mexico's Colima Volcano Spews Rock and Ash (Nov 21)

The Colima volcano in western Mexico has erupted, sending a column of ash about 3 miles (5 kilometers) into the air.

Mexico's federal civil defense office said Friday that ash has fallen on towns as far as 15 miles (25 kilometers) from the peak, which is also known as the Volcano of Fire.

Glowing hot rock tumbled down the volcano's flanks over a mile (2 kilometers) from the crater.

Ash fall was reported in the town of Queseria, Colima, and the towns of Tonila and Zapotiltic in the neighboring state of Jalisco.

"We recommend that people cover their nose and mouth, protect sources of potable water, and avoid dumping ash in drainage systems because it hardens with the moisture," national civil protection coordinator Luis Felipe Puente told Foro television.





Comment by Howard on November 16, 2014 at 3:46am

Alaska's Pavlof Volcano Eruption Intensifies (Nov 15)

Scientists at the Alaska Volcano Observatory Saturday raised the alert level for Pavlof Volcano from "watch" (orange) to "warning" (red) Saturday as an ash cloud rose 30,000 feet above sea level.

Planes are being warned to avoid airspace near an erupting Alaska volcano.

"The intensity of seismic tremor has increased significantly over the past 6 hours," AVO wrote in an activity alert.

The National Weather Service said on Saturday ash was being blown to the west and northwest of Pavlof Volcano.

Pavlof began erupting three days ago, pushing lava out from a vent near its summit. On Friday, the ash cloud reached 16,000ft.

Alaska Volcano Observatory geophysicist Dave Schneider said the eruption intensified at 6am on Saturday, sending the ash cloud higher. Schneider said it was not clear how long the eruption will last, as Pavlof’s eruptions may last for weeks or months with varying levels of intensity.





Comment by Derrick Johnson on November 13, 2014 at 8:25am

Alert level raised as Alaska volcano spits out ash

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Comment by jorge namour on November 11, 2014 at 11:49am

M 5.6 - KERMADEC ISLANDS, NEW ZEALAND - 2014-11-10 21:37:58 UTC


Submarine eruption at Monowai volcano (Pacific Ocean) -

VOLCANO shared Earthquake Report's photo.




Flotants rock debris to the surface of the Pacific Ocean in the region of Monowai. October 11. Image via Geonet


Kilauea Volcano- HAWAII

LATEST DETAILS: The first home has been claimed by the #PunaLavaFlow, just across the street from the Pāhoa Transfer Station along Cemetery Road/Apa‘a Street.

Hawai‘i County Civil Defense officials confirm it ignited just before noon, the home was completely destroyed and collapsed around 12:45 p.m.

Officials say the property owner was on site when the lava reached the 1,100 square foot home. CONTINUE...

Lava updates: http://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/story/27344777/puna-lava-flow-breakout...




5 November 2014 Whakaari White Island (14 photos)- NEW ZEALAND

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Comment by Howard on November 7, 2014 at 3:46am

Iceland Eruption Has Produced a Cubic Kilometer of Lava (Nov 6) 

More than a cubic kilometer of magma covering 70 square km has been produced by the Bardarbunga volcano.  The Holuhraun fissure eruption continues with amazing stability. 

This volume of magma is 6 times greater than what surfaced during the eruption in Eyjafjallajökull in 2010 and 4 times greater than the 2011 Grímsvötn eruption.

The depression in the ice above the caldera has deepened by 44 meters (144 feet).

Around 200 earthquakes were detected in the caldera between Monday and yesterday morning, according to the latest Status Report from the Civil Protection Department’s Scientific Advisory Board, published yesterday.

The energy of the geothermal areas in Bárðarbunga volcano in Vatnajökull now measures several hundred megawatts and the melting of glacial ice is estimated at approximately 2 cubic meters per second.

A sub-glacial eruption is still a possible future scenario and scientists remain on the alert.





Comment by Howard on November 5, 2014 at 5:07am

Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano Eruptions Intensify (Nov 2)

The Turrialba Volcano has expelled rocks up to 1 meter in diameter at a distance of some 400 meters from the crater.

These were among the observations by volcanologists conducting weekend inspections in the area around Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano. Craters in the earth measured up to one meter in diameter from rocks shooting out from the volcano.

RSN volcanologist Gino González Ilama said the areas of impact are located on the south side of the volcano and cover 80 percent of the slope up to 400 meters from the volcano’s crater.

“We observed the impact of volcanic rock that had caused several craters on the ground. We believe the rocks were shot out of the volcano at speeds greater than 100 kilometers per hour, and this proves there is strong activity inside,” González said.

Expelled ash again reached several areas north of San José, located 60 kilometers southwest of the volcano, and several areas in the provinces of Alajuela, Heredia and Limón. According to the RSN, it was the first time ash had appeared in Limón, falling on the city of Guápiles.

“The Turrialba Volcano is very active,” González said. “The hole formed after the first explosion has grown and is about 150 meters long and 100 meters wide. It’s getting bigger, and the volcano’s walls continue collapsing because explosions of gas, ash and rock are constant. We also found small amounts of lava.”

Volcanologists on Sunday reported two types of eruptions taking place: phreatic – which entails gases, mud and ash – and strombolian – which contains magma and ash.

The Red Cross in Turrialba has reported dozens of cases of respiratory complications in the communities of Santa Rosa, Tierra Blanca and Pacayas. Red Cross workers have distributed surgical masks in the communities that lie on the skirts of the volcano, and they are conducting air quality checks twice a day. Nausea, vomiting and difficult breathing are the most common symptoms. In some cases, farm workers have also reported skin irritation.

Up to 65 hectares of broccoli, potatoes, carrots, and cauliflowers have been impacted, although it is still too early to estimate losses. Dairy cows are a major concern, hence the need for evacuating livestock.

Acid rain is another concern for animals and plants in the region. High concentrations of sulfur dioxide (SO2) have been detected by satellite imagery, and Costa Rica is expected to experience two more weeks of rain before the dry season begins. 

Turrialba Volcano started showing signs of activity in 2010 with phreatic explosions.

According to OVSICORI, magma hasn’t been expelled from the volcano since 1866.




Comment by Howard on October 31, 2014 at 6:29am

Costa Rica on Alert After Turrialba Volcano Erupts (Oct 29) 

Costa Rica has issued an emergency alert after ash from an erupting volcano reached the capital and beyond.

Turrialba volcano, some 50km (30 miles) east of San Jose, began rumbling and producing seismic activity on Wednesday night.

The authorities said they were evacuating nearby residents to temporary shelters as a precaution.

Eyewitnesses reported fiery explosions and ash falling like snow over parts of central Costa Rica.

This is Turrialba's largest eruption in more than a century.

The National Emergency Commission said volcanologists and other specialists were on site to assess the situation.



Comment by Howard on October 31, 2014 at 6:21am

Kilauea Volcano Prompts National Guard Deployment (Oct 30) 

National Guard troops arrived in Pahoa on Thursday that is being threatened by a slow-moving river of molten lava.

The lava threatens to destroy homes and cut off a road and a highway through Pahoa, but officials have not offered any predictions on when exactly it could bisect the town of about 800 residents at the site of an old sugar plantation.

Some 83 National Guard troops arrived on Thursday in the community, where some residents have expressed concern about potential looters targeting evacuated homes. The troops, who are at checkpoints in town, were cheered by residents who waved and walked up to start conversations.

Residents of about 50 dwellings in what civil defence officials called a "corridor of risk" have been asked to be ready to leave. At this stage, 10 to 15 homes lie in the direct path of the lava's leading edge, which measures about 55 metres across, officials said.

In another challenge, authorities say the lava could take down power poles and leave residents without electricity, and one pole was already surrounded by lava but still stands, a spokeswoman for the local utility said.





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