Category Archives: Volcanic Eruption

Kamchatka’s Shiveluch Volcano rocked by second large eruption in 5 days

July 2014 – KAMCHATKA – Shiveluch, one of the largest and most active volcanoes of Russia’s far-eastern Kamchatka Peninsula, has spewed a plume of ash as high as 8 km into the air, the Kamchatka Emergency Service reported on Sunday. … Continue reading

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42: Mount Slamet Volcano erupts in Indonesia

July 2014 – INDONESIA – Mount Slamet, which covers five districts in Central Java, was reportedly still spewing volcanic ash in the area around its peak. On Friday night, thin volcanic ash began pouring out in the area around the … Continue reading

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Three new volcanoes found in Victoria’s south-west

July 2014 – AUSTRALIA – Monash University researchers have discovered three new volcanoes near Hamilton, in the state’s south-west, which they say could yet deliver a blast from the past. The volcanoes are in the heart of the Newer Volcanic … Continue reading

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Volcanoes are waking up in the Aleutians: the most activity seen in 26 years

June 2014 – ALASKA – Sharply increased seismic activity and volcanic eruptions in the Aleutian Islands and the far western Brooks Range are being investigated by scientists. The Alaska Volcano Observatory says the activity over the past few months is … Continue reading

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40: Reunion Island volcano wakes up after 4 years with major eruption

June 2014 – REUNION ISLAND – This morning at 1:35 am tourists on the French Indian Ocean Islands La Reunion tourists witnessed a spectacular many had been waiting to see for some time. The Piton de la Fournaise volcano erupted. … Continue reading

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39: Sabancaya Volcano in southern Peru wakes up after 15 year slumber

June 2014 – PERU – Geological authorities are reporting that the Sabancaya volcano in southern Peru has become active after 15 years of silence. According to information released by the Peruvian Geophysical Institute (IGP), Sabancaya has erupted several times. The … Continue reading

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Yellow Alert declared for Tungurahua Volcano in Ecuador

June 2014 – Quito, ECUADOR – The National Secretariat for Risk Management of Ecuador today decided to change from orange to yellow the alert in Tungurahua Volcano, 80 km south of Quito, given the decline in activity. According to a … Continue reading

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