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(Change to current status occurred on Jul 2, 2007 20:09 HST from Alert Level ADVISORY and Aviation Color Code YELLOW )
Seems to me no one bothered with that in July, yet now when I call out the charlatan everyone gets excited. Sheesh!
2010 18 Jun: Since late January, the view has included a crusted, circulating lava surface whose level has risen to about 200 m below the camera site, 115 m below the Halema`uma`u Crater floor.
Powerful jets of incandescent lava rise above the crater of a cinder cone along Kamchatka's Tolbachik south-flank rift zone in late-July 1975. This cinder cone, the first of three large cones formed along the northern part of the rift zone during the early stage of the eruption, began to grow on July 6. At times, powerful lava fountains rose 1-2.5 km above the vent and ash columns reached 10-18 km heights. After July 27, eruptions from the first cone became dominantly effusive. Activity at the first cone ceased on August 9. Photo by Oleg Volynets, 1975 (Institute of Volcanology, Petropavlovsk).
SUWANOSE-JIMA Ryukyu Islands (Japan) 29.635°N, 129.716°E; summit elev. 799 m
Based on information from JMA, the Tokyo VAAC reported explosions from Suwanose-jima during 18-23 November. Plumes rose to an altitude of 1.8 km (6,000 ft) on 18 November and to an altitude of 2.1 km (7,000 ft) a.s.l. and drifted NE on 21 November.
Originally posted by jazz10
reply to post by muzzy
Could this more or less also explain the events in south korea that's dressed as a shelling? I was convinced at the time that it was geological activity causing it. Is that area sitting on an active region?
Mount Bromo's status was upgraded to top alert Friday and placed off-limits to visitors, but no evacuation order was issued for residents living nearby.
According to Icelandic news there is little water in small streams that come from Hekla volcano. This lack of water in streams from Hekla volcano is often looked as indicators that a eruption is going to happen in coming months. This phenomenon has happened before a eruption took place in Hekla volcano, the last one that took place in the year 2000. But according to old news article (in Icelandic, pdf) (from the year 1995) this phenomenon was also observed before the big eruption in the year 1755. But I do not know if this happens always (it seems to do so. But I don’t have it confirmed) or just before some eruptions.