Volcanoes Erupting All Over

c.a.

The Living Force
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Several explosions of Popocateptl's volcano today.
Activity of #Popocatépetl (photo Volcanologia UNAM),#Santiaguito ,#Fuego , and #Kilauea . http://earth-of-fire.com/2021/09/activity-of-popocatepetl-santiaguito-fuego-and-kilauea.html Activity of Popocatépetl (photo Volcanologia UNAM), Santiaguito, Fuego, and Kilauea. http://earth-of-fire.com/2021/09/activite-du-popocatepetl-du-santiaguito-du-fuego-et-du-kilauea.html

Today is the decisive moment when an eruption occurs in Fukutoku Okanoba! That's surprising! I hope it will become an island! Provided by: National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
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That's why an eruption occurred at a submarine volcano called Fukutoku Okanoba. Moreover, it seems that the scale is large. Be careful of pumice stones and volcanic ash on surrounding ships and aircraft.


 

XPan

The Living Force
La Palma Volcano, Canaries, Spain
IGN • Instituto Geográfico Nacional
News of Interest & the monthly report

I found a site which gives out daily reports (in 🇪🇸 Spanish) about the situation at La Palma (volcano), in terms of earthquake and volcanic related information, including graphs and illustrations. Since the event started - it is now considered of volcanic origin, therefore I put my entry into this thread; "Volcanoes Erupting All Over".

• Apparently the ground has risen by 6 cm (at the most) over the southern part of the Island (if i understood correctly). They speak of a 6 cm maximum accumulated vertical deformation.

• 4222 earthquakes have been registered since 11 September 2021.


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c.a.

The Living Force
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La Palma Volcano, Canaries, Spain
Sep 16, 2021
There was quite the action when Valur, Art and Polly visited the volcano this week. The mountain was originally closed off because of unexpected surge in the lava flow. Team Grapevine hiked the B path and saw a spectacular stream of lava and an almost apocalyptic atmosphere around the volcano. You have the chance to chat with Valur during our next Ask Me Anything video call, which takes place on Friday 17th September at 1430 GMT. To take part, become a member of our High Five Club at https://grapevine.is/high-five-club/. You can join either the Secret Handshake or Elbow Five plan, but you need to do it by 1000 GMT on Friday 17th September in order to be involved! The volcano newscast is sponsored by Lava Centre https://lavacentre.is. Examine the various volcanos—eruptions and lava flows, volcanic and rift systems, faults and glacial floods that make Iceland a showcase of volcanism. New material about the Geldingadalir eruption! The newscast is sponsored by Einstök Beer - https://einstokbeer.com/


Current Eruptions
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Smithsonian / USGS Weekly Volcanic Activity Report (WVAR)
Overall, 50 volcanoes were in continuing eruption status as of 19 August 2021. An eruption marked as "continuing" does not always mean persistent daily activity, but indicates at least intermittent eruptive events without a break of 3 months or more. Detailed statistics are not kept on daily activity, but generally there are around 20 volcanoes actively erupting on any particular day; this is a subset of the normal 40-50 with continuing eruptions. Additional eruption data is available for recent years.

The week ending on 14 September 2021 includes the 22 volcanoes shown below marked "Yes" in the WVAR column (rollover for report). The list is sorted with the most recently started eruption at the top, continuing as of the Stop Date given. An eruption listed here might have ended since the last data update, or at the update time a firm end date had not yet been determined due to potential renewed activity. Information about more recently started eruptions can be found in the Weekly Report.


 

c.a.

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