Volcano watch 2010

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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 02:25 AM
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Merapi, almost 3:30 in the afternoon

merapi.bgl.esdm.go.id...
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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 03:20 AM
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Kilauea volcano, Hawaii continues to erupt lava from two locations. On the east rift zone, lava is erupting from TEB vent 1 km NE of Pu'u O'o crater, and flows through tubes to the ocean at Puhi-o-Kalaikini entry southwest of Kalapana Gardens. Since Saturday lava flows have advanced eastwards and have reached highway 130 at an area that was crossed by lava flows earlier in the year. At the summit, a lava pond is located in a vent of Halemaumau crater.
From From John Seach
Nice webcam here, dark at the moment but you can see the lava.. At the moment she is on Orange alert.
Webcam



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 11:46 AM
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That webcam link comes up with a red WOT warning.

Use this direct one instead: Kilauea crater cam

Can we have a little perspective on this please. Yes it is WATCH/ORANGE but the status was last changed in JULY!


(Change to current status occurred on Jul 2, 2007 20:09 HST from Alert Level ADVISORY and Aviation Color Code YELLOW )

Source

Seems to me no one bothered with that in July, yet now when I call out the charlatan everyone gets excited. Sheesh!
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posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 12:13 PM
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Seems to me no one bothered with that in July, yet now when I call out the charlatan everyone gets excited. Sheesh!


The only reason that I posted it was because it was on the breaking news on several site including John Seach. Also, at night you could really see the lava flows. I have watched this cam before and only seen steam. To be honest I hadn't read any of the Predictions.



posted on Nov, 25 2010 @ 06:07 PM
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Sorry, I was having a go and I should not have been. My apologies.

It just seemed that everyone here was getting interested because of the predictions.

Edit: If you have not already done so take a look at this page. In particular in the third picture you can see that the area that they are referring to is not the crater. The lava is breaking out of the tubes that carry it down to the ocean.
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posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 03:17 AM
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That's fine
I can see what you thought I was doing.
I was fasinated by this view. Brain. I think this is a safe view, I didn't get any nasty warnings anyway.



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 04:07 AM
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Yes that site is safe as it is the HVO


Very interesting one that which i had not seen. It certainly looks as if eventually there is going to be another outpouring of lava there.


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.


I am not quite sure what they mean here. 115m below the crater floor? It looks like a massive bubble of magma above the floor.


If you click the link below you get to see the picture in full size. Wow! Much better view. I have set up a capture in my program to collect this every hour to see if it is possible to see the circulation. I will let it run for the rest of today and see what it looks like.


edit on 26/11/2010 by PuterMan because: To add the big picture



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 04:34 AM
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That's much better having it bigger. I tried to watch yesterday to see the flow but got totally confused. The right outer flow did bubble near the top and moved down to the 3 oclock mark then stopped and went back to normal size. Another bubble apeared at the 6 oclock mark but didn't move and after a few refreshes went back to normal. It will be interesting to see a video.



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 07:38 AM
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It looks as if it is updating the image every five minutes so I have set my program to snap it every 5. It certainly is moving. The difference between the one hour ones is huge.



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 10:10 AM
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Picture this, a jet of lava up to 2.5 Km high!





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).


I am putting all the text here because this comes from a picture that is not on the main entry for the volcano and I have no idea how to point at is since it is part of the spotlight series.

Main data for Tolbachik



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 01:26 PM
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:-) youve missed the outbreak today of an 2nd volcano at Java... the Bromo...

www.nu.nl...



posted on Nov, 26 2010 @ 10:22 PM
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Actually I think you missed that 12voltz and Zenius both reported this. On on the 23rd and one on the 24th.

www.abovetopsecret.com...
www.abovetopsecret.com...

But no mind. Does not hurt to be reminded.



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 01:32 AM
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Been a few pips around the Volcanic Plateau of New Zealand this last week, nothing to be concerned about, just micros and very minor in magnitude, what I would call background volcanic tremors.
Reference, Latitude, Longitude, UTC Date / Time, Depth, Magnitude, Location
3410308, -39.38357, 175.39548, 2010/11/20 19:12:31, 12, 1.926, N of Ohakune, Volcanic Plateau
3410593, -39.36079, 175.67766, 2010/11/21 10:53:25, 72, 2.912, SE of Mt. Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3410667, -39.50858, 175.63605, 2010/11/21 14:49:28, 16, 1.95, SW of Waiouru, Volcanic Plateau
3411338, -39.3172, 175.69005, 2010/11/22 22:30:37, 0, 1.854, E of Mt. Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3411339, -39.32386, 175.55084, 2010/11/22 22:31:56, 0, 1.56, southern slopes of Mt. Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3411383, -39.3166, 175.69498, 2010/11/23 0:21:45, 0, 1.579, E of Mt, Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3411384, -39.28791, 175.72603, 2010/11/23 0:22:46, 0, 1.694, E of Mt, Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3411425, -39.31829, 175.69272, 2010/11/23 2:8:56, 0, 1.706, E of Mt, Ruapehu, Volcanic Plateau
3411923, -39.11365, 175.63208, 2010/11/24 1:56:31, 87, 3.363, NW of North Crater, Mt. Tongariro, Volcanic Plateau
3412466, -39.41172, 175.39671, 2010/11/24 14:22:23, 0, 1.34, Ohakune, Volcanic Plateau

Then a small swarm of 10 earthquakes beneath the northern slopes of Mt. Tihia on the 25th November 2010 UTC ( evening of the 25th and morning of the 26th November 2010 NZDT)

3412460, -38.9762, 175.7372, 2010/11/25 4:1:22, 5, 1.953, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412468, -38.97015, 175.75049, 2010/11/25 4:24:47, 9, 1.841, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412471, -38.9809, 175.75713, 2010/11/25 4:30:11, 5, 2.455, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412558, -38.97807, 175.74948, 2010/11/25 8:36:29, 6, 1.701, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412612, -38.97266, 175.7431, 2010/11/25 10:43:49, 5, 2.461, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412621, -38.98363, 175.75374, 2010/11/25 11:6:12, 5, 2.266, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412635, -38.98073, 175.74208, 2010/11/25 11:35:11, 5, 2.458, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412660, -38.97491, 175.75343, 2010/11/25 12:27:35, 4, 2,0, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412669, -38.97989, 175.74858, 2010/11/25 12:52:9, 5, 2.362, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau
3412755, -38.98271, 175.7352, 2010/11/25 17:4:9, 8, 1.883, Mt. Tihia, Volcanic Plateau

Tihia been quiet since April
Tihia quakes



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 05:27 AM
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Smithsonian report for Suwanose-jima


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.



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 02:58 PM
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Saturday 27th November 2010
Kizimen Volcano, Kamchatka
Several new fumaroles were formed at Kizimen volcano, Kamchatka in middle of November 2010. During the last week, seismic activity was above background levels. A helicopter flight around the volcano on 20th November showed several new fumaroles at summit and south-western flank of the volcano. Activity of an old fumarole "Revuschaya" (which is known since 1960) at the north-eastern volcanic flank decreased. A small amount of ash was visible on south-western flank of the volcano. On 17th November an ash plume rose to an altitude of 3 km. Kizimen volcano is at level YELLOW alert.

M 5.2, KAMCHATKA PENINSULA, RUSSIA
November 27, 2010 19:29:36 UTC
November 28, 2010 07:29:36 local time at epicenter
Lat: 55.1395
Lon: 160.3518
Depth: 1 km (0.6 mi)

Kizimen volcano has been described as one of the least understood active volcanoes in Kamchatka. It has the potential to produce a Mount St Helens style eruption.
www.volcanolive.com...



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 03:07 PM
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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?



posted on Nov, 27 2010 @ 03:48 PM
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Originally posted by jazz10
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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?


I wouldn't think so Kamchatka is 3000km (1800miles) away from Korea, they are just talking about 3km high eruption here.
There have been a few big quakes in the East Sea in the past, but more towards China than Korea.

Story we got here was that S. Korea was doing manouvers off the coast and the N.Koreans freaked out and thought they would give them some real action.
13 minutes for S. Korea to respond
, the Defence Minister resigned, geez it would take most Defense Forces 13 days anywhere else in the World to do the same (apart from Afghanistan)
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posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 05:19 AM
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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.
sify.com...

I don't know how true this is as I haven't seen this source before and haven't had time to look to confirm, but if it's true then that is so wrong. How can they not evacuate residents? I hope they have a really good plan ready.



posted on Nov, 28 2010 @ 08:45 AM
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Turrialba cam has finally cleared to see the volcano.

Turrialba







posted on Nov, 29 2010 @ 07:21 AM
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Small streams around Hekla volcano dry up

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.


Hekla is gonna blow soon?





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