75: Mild ash explosions reported at Colombia’s Geleras volcano

December 31, 2012COLOMBIAMild ash explosions continue to occur sporadically at the volcano, such as recently seen on 29 Dec. For the month of December, this is the 6th time ash emissions were observed (although more could have occurred and gone unnoticed during times of bad weather). In comparison, there have been 2 emissions observed in November, 12 in October, and 5 in September. The volcano’s last major eruption occurred in 2010. –Volcano Discovery
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2 Responses to 75: Mild ash explosions reported at Colombia’s Geleras volcano

  1. Many thanks for ALL of your most informative posts in 2012 my friend… I may not have often been over here to comment, but I have most certainly read many of them and been grateful for your constant informative Blog posts.. So thank you and I wish you a Great New Era as we start 2013.. Let’s hope we can find Peace in our Hearts and share it with the World
    Happy New Year

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  2. Irene C says:

    So it looks like we had a total of 75 volcanoes for 2012. It will be interesting to see what 2013 will bring. Praying for a blessed 2013 to everyone in our TEP family.

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