Category Archives: Volcanic Ash

Increased activity at Peru volcano – eruption warning issued for African volcano

April 2014 – GEOLOGY – Residents have fled villages near Peru’s Ubinas volcano, which this week began spitting out white-hot chunks of rock, some as big as 30cm in diameter. Domingo Ramos, a scientist from Peru’s mining institute, said the … Continue reading

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Ecuador’s Tungurahua volcano ejects ash cloud 10 km in new eruption

April 2014 – ECUADOR – A volcano in central Ecuador has spewed up a column of hot ash and smoke 10 kilometers high, increasing fears of an eruption. Activity has been building at the Tungurahua volcano 130 kilometers south of … Continue reading

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Authorities warn Hekla Volcano might erupt soon

March 2014 – ICELAND – The magma chamber under mount Hekla is almost full now, more than last time when she erupted says Páll Einarsson, professor in geophysics at the University of Iceland. Hekla is the most active volcano in … Continue reading

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Yellowstone volcano 2.5 times larger than previously thought

March 2014 – GEOLOGY – The supervolcano beneath the surface of Yellowstone National Park is 2.5 times larger than previously believed according to a study from the University of Utah. The supervolcano is part of what is known as a … Continue reading

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Guatemala’s Pacaya Volcano spews rock and ash

March 2014 – GUATEMALA – Guatemala authorities say the Pacaya volcano near Guatemala City has shot plumes of ash and vapor 2.3 miles (3.7 kilometers) high, while spewing glowing-hot rock. The eruption early Sunday is the latest round of activity … Continue reading

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32: Poás Volcano spews material 300 meters high after explosion inside crater

February 2014 – COSTA RICA – The crater of Poas Volcano expelled material 300 meters into the air at noon on Tuesday. The phenomenon, called a phreatic explosion, occurred due to a reaction between magma and water at the southern … Continue reading

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31: Two small eruptions reported at Alaska’s Cleveland’s Volcano

February 2014 – ALASKA – Researchers detected two small explosions at Cleveland Volcano on Monday afternoon and early Tuesday morning, according to the Alaska Volcano Observatory. The first occurred a little after 5 p.m. Monday and the second at 1:35 … Continue reading

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