14 more emissions reported at Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano

March 19, 2012MEXICO - The Popocatepetl volcano registered 14 exhalations of low intensity accompanied by water vapor, gas and a low amplitude spasmodic tremor, reported the National Center for Disaster Prevention (Cenapred).  In its latest report, the agency of the Ministry of the Interior (Interior Ministry) explained that the exhalations of greater intensity occurred yesterday 13:30 and 22:42 hours. He said that although during the night, a glow was observed in the crater, the other metrics do not show major changes, so the light status of volcanic alert remains at yellow stage two.  Observers should expect more moderate exhalations, some with ash emissions, sporadic explosions are also likely to issue short incandescent fragments and slight glow in the crater can also be observed at night. –El Universal  (translated)
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3 Responses to 14 more emissions reported at Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano

  1. Ken says:

    Alvin
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  2. pagan66 says:

    2012 is starting to shape up as the year of the volcano. Gaia has started to expel Her breath.

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