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 M. Difato on April 4, 2017 at 3:43pm

Twitter Photos of Mount Asama eruption under red skies.


On April 2 Mount Asama, a volcano on the border of Japan’s Gunma and Nagano prefectures, erupted. People in the

vicinityimmediately took to Twitter to share photos of the impressive event..."




Comment by jorge namour on March 28, 2017 at 4:11pm

Euro-Med Seismological Centre (EMSC) shared My Etna Map's live video.

MARCH 28 2017


Strong earthquake swarm 80 km north of Kolbeinsey Island - ICELAND
March 26, 2017


Largest earthquakes in this swarm had the following magnitudes. Magnitude 4,6 (EMSC Information here), magnitude 5,0 (EMSC information here), magnitude 4,8 (EMSC information here).


During the night of 26-March-2017 there was an strong earthquake swarm about 80 km north of Kolbeinsey Island. This is around 250 km from the coast in north Iceland. It is not clear what is happening in this location, since this area has been seeing higher than usual earthquake activity in recent months. This is the largest earthquake swarm so far to take place.



Comment by KM on March 26, 2017 at 10:03pm


Volcanic unrest: Cleveland volcano (USA) explodes and underwater volcano about 400 km south of Tokyo, Japan could erupt soon

Meanwhile, the volcanic unrest continues…

Cleveland volcano (USA) exploded on March 25, 2017 and an underwater volcano about 400 km south of Tokyo, Japan could erupt soon.

After Bogoslof, now the Cleveland Volcano exploded in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands

After Bogoslof since mid-December 2016, another volcano in Alaska’s Aleutian Islands is showing signs of unrest. On Friday, the Alaska Volcano Observatory detected a small explosion at Cleveland Volcano.

cleveland volcano, cleveland volcano 2017, cleveland volcano explosion march 2017, cleveland volcano explosion march 2017via Smithsonian institution

Geologists say the event at 8:15 a.m. did not last long and was similar to or smaller than other explosions at Cleveland Volcano.

cleveland volcano, cleveland volcano 2017, cleveland volcano explosion march 2017, cleveland volcano explosion march 2017via Smithsonian Institution

Geologists say any ash cloud generated probably dissipated and was not above 20,000 feet, where it could threaten airliners traveling between Asia and North America.

Alert to ships in Japan as an underwater volcano about 400 km south of Tokyo could erupt soon

The Meteorological Agency on Friday warned that an underwater volcano about 400 km south of Tokyo could erupt soon. An alert to ships has been issued by the Coast Guard.

Beyonesu Rocks, Beyonesu Rocks japan eruption march 2017, Bayonaise rocks underwater volcano japan march 2017Deadly eruption of Beyonesu Rocks, Japan in 1952. Photo Smithsonian Institution

Coast guard aircraft found that the color of the ocean surface recently changed apparently due to volcanic activity in the Beyonesu Rocks about 65 km south-southeast of Aogashima Island.

Beyonesu Rocks, Beyonesu Rocks japan eruption march 2017, Bayonaise rocks underwater volcano japan march 2017This underwater volcano may erupt violently soon in Japan. via Smithsonian Institution.

But an eruption is unlikely to seriously affect any of the inhabited islands, including Aogashima. If the eruption occurs around the Beyonesu Rocks, it will be the first since 1970, where a change of color in the ocean was last observed in 1988. In 1952, an eruption in the area killed 31 crew members of a coast guard ship.

Comment by Howard on March 25, 2017 at 6:24pm

Kamchatka's Kambalny Volcano Reawakens After 500-Year Slumber (Mar 25)

The Kambalny volcano on the Kamchatka peninsula is spewing ash in its first historic eruption in over 500 years.

The last confirmed eruption of the volcano took place more than 500 years ago, around 1350 AD dated by radiometric studies. An alleged eruption around 200 years ago cited in the press is likely a false information or from another volcano.

The ash has risen to a height of 7,000 meters above sea level and traveled a distance of 800 km in a south-westerly direction.

Kambalny volcano (Kambalnaya Sopka) is located in the South Kamchatka volcanic zone in the south of the Kambalny volcanic ridge, southwest of the Kurilsky lake, in the sources of the Kambalnaya River. 

The nearest settlement is Ozernovsky in Ust-Bolsheretsky district, some 77 km from Kambalny.

The eruption of the Kambalny volcano in southern Kamchatka on Saturday has surprised scientists of the Kamchatka Volcanic Eruption Response Team (KVERT) of the Russian Academy of Scientists.

"KVERT’s specialists since 1993 have been monitoring both by satellite and visual methods the volcanic activities and nothing pointed to a possible eruption of the Kambalny," KVERT’s head Olga Girina told TASS on March 25.

"It is a pure surprise for us." "We continue the monitoring and will analyze possible threats as data come in," she added.






Comment by jorge namour on March 16, 2017 at 3:16pm


At least 10 people have been injured after several tourists and a BBC crew were caught up in an eruption at Mount Etna, local media reports said.

A member of the BBC crew said they were caught up in a "huge explosion" along with several tourists on the Italian island of Sicily.

BBC science correspondent Rebecca Morelle tweeted to say the lava flow mixed with steam causing the explosion.

Comment by Howard on March 1, 2017 at 3:12am

Italy's Mount Etna Roars Back to Life (Feb 27)

After a few months of little activity, Etna erupted with a fiery show of lava in eastern Sicily on Monday.

At around 18:00 the volcanic tremor sharply increased, signaling the start of intense strombolian activity.

The direction of the lava flow is towards the southwest and at 11:00 this morning it had flowed down slowly to an elevation of about 2850m ASL.

Ash fall has been reported from villages to the east/northeast. The webcams show that strombolian explosions are still occurring, the lava flow also appears not to have stopped and the tremor remains high.



Comment by jorge namour on February 26, 2017 at 3:31pm


JANUARY 17 AND 19 2017

A liquid lava flow coming out nonstop from Erta Ale volcano in Ethiopia .This is a very active volcano in Africa in recent months has given rise to a new fracture that spray copious amounts of lava.



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

Comment by Yvonne Lawson on February 18, 2017 at 5:48pm

India's only live volcano in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands erupts back to life after being dormant for over 150 years

Photo Global Volcanism Program - Smithsonian 

India's only live volcano in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands which had started showing activity in the year 1991 after being dormant for over 150 years has once again started spewing ash, the researchers at Goa based National Institute of Oceanography (NIO) said today.
"The only live volcano in the Andaman and Nicobar islands is erupting once again.
The Barren Island volcano, located 140-km north-east of Port Blair, dormant for more than 150 years started erupting in 1991 and has since then shown intermittent activity," CSIR-NIO said in a statement here.
A team of scientists led by Abhay Mudholkar, from CSIR-National Institute of Oceanography (CSIR-NIO) in Goa reported that the volcano is active and spewing smoke and lava once again.
"On the afternoon of January 23, 2017, the scientific team on board CSIR-NIO's research ship R V Sindhu Sankalp were busy collecting sea floor samples in the Andaman Basin near the Barren volcano when it suddenly started spewing ash," the NIO has said.
"The team moved about one mile from the volcano and began closely observing it.
It was erupting in small episodes lasting about five to ten minutes," said the release.
During the daytime only ash clouds were observed. However, after sundown, the team observed red lava fountains spewing from the crater into the atmosphere and hot lava flows streaming down the slopes of the volcano, it said.
NIO has said the volcano was revisited in the early hours of January 26, 2017 again during the second leg of the cruise led by B Nagender Nath, it said, adding the team witnessed the continuation of spurts of blasts and smoke.
"They have sampled the sediments and water in the vicinity of the volcano and recovered coal-like black pyroclastic material representing proximal volcanic ejecta.
Clouds were seen at the crater mouth where the smoke was bellowing out in otherwise clear sky," the researchers said.
These samples will help in deciphering the nature of the present and past volcanic activity in the region.

Read more: http://www.thebigwobble.org/2017/02/indias-only-live-volcano-in-and...  

Comment by Howard on February 11, 2017 at 8:39pm

Violent Eruptions Continue at Sumatra's Sinabung Volcano (Feb 10)

A rumbling volcano on Indonesia's Sumatra island spewed clouds of smoke and ash high into the air Friday, the latest in a series of violent eruptions.

Huge columns of smoke hung over Mount Sinabung and the surrounding area, including an elementary school where children played in the shadow of the towering volcanic cloud.

Activity levels have increased in the past week, with Sinabung shooting hot ash clouds into the sky dozens of times, according to the local volcano monitoring agency.

Despite the eruptions, local villagers continue their precarious existence.

The children were playing at a school in Neman Teran district, although officials say it is safe as the site is outside a four-kilometre (2.5-mile) danger zone around the crater where no one is supposed to set foot.

"It's safe for the school to be used," insisted local disaster agency chief Nata Nail.

Farmers continue tending to their crops and people in local towns put on masks to go shopping as ash rains down from the sky.

Sinabung roared back to life in 2010 for the first time in 400 years. After another period of inactivity it erupted once more in 2013, and has remained highly active since.



Comment by Howard on February 8, 2017 at 2:45am

Massive Explosion at Mexico's Colima Volcano (Feb 3)

Mexico's Colima volcano erupted with a massive column of ash and smoke rising nearly 2.5 miles above its crater.

The explosion could be seen from miles away and sent ash raining down on surrounding areas in the states of Colima and Jalisco.

The volcano has steadily increased in activity since October 2015, generating towering eruptive columns often accompanied by incandescent bombs and pyroclastic flows.

Since Jan. 3, the magnitude of the explosions has been increasing.

The ongoing volcanic ash fallout has caused significant crop damage in Colima and Jalisco.

"The ash affects blackberry, blueberry, coffee crops, and the avocado that some farmers have in the municipality of Cuauhtémoc," said Jesus Plascencia, Director of Agriculture and Forestry Promotion of Colima.

Thirty eight producers in the municipality of Cuauhtémoc, which is nearly 17 kilometers from the city of Colima, have been affected.

"The amount of ash and the damage it causes to our crops depends on the size of the explosion. The ash reacts with the wind and it burns the fruit," said Luis Enrique Guardado, a producer of blackberry.

After a rain of volcanic ash, blackberry crops are washed with soap and water using pump sprayers.

According to estimates, producers need 3000 liters of water per hectare to clean their crops from the ash.

"The ash is stuck and it is very difficult to remove. We try to remove it well because the fruit looks bad and because it affects photosynthesis and the plant has less production," said Luis Enrique Guardado.

Usually the ripe fruit does not withstand washing and is lost.

"The fruit that can't be completely clean is no longer marketed and producers lose it," said Jesus Plascencia, director of Agriculture and Forestry of Colima.





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