Lava flow and plume erupts from Kizimen volcano

July 22, 2011KAMCHATKA – Hot lava has flown down the eastern slope of a volcano called Kizimen, on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Far East of Russia. The ash plume stretches for 15 kilometers and is a threat to aviation, according to the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology of the Far East District. Kizimen is one of 29 active volcanoes in Kamchatka and it became active in July of last year after 80 years of “silence.” –Voice of Russia
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3 Responses to Lava flow and plume erupts from Kizimen volcano

  1. luisport says:

    I see in the news that 8 municipalities in Chile are in emergency because they are under 2 meters of snow and -20ºc! No link untill now


  2. Kenny moore says:

    Is anyone suspicious of comet elenin? It seems the closer it gets,the more I see of volcanos,earthquakes,etc. Also, why did NASA rush one shuttle after another like some emergency was taking place?


  3. Yellowstone next?


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