Explosions, smoke, and lava flows reported as activity at Stromboli volcano intensifies

August 26, 2011 – (AGI) Palermo, Italy – Stromboli volcano has intensified its activity over the last 24 hours. The Italian news service reports there have been explosions, with smoke and lapillus and other lava material billowing out. The monitoring network of the Vesuvius Observatory of the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology recorded a total of 11 seismic signals associated with landslides on the Sciara del Fuoco, the stratified magma canyon that slides down towards the sea and along which the lava flows. Tourist trips to the volcano’s crater have been suspended for now as a precautionary measure. –AGI.it
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1 Response to Explosions, smoke, and lava flows reported as activity at Stromboli volcano intensifies

  1. Swan says:

    Mmmmh … Vesuvius, now Stromboli. Would be helpful to get a reading from the now ever-sleeping Cayce, wouldn’t it ? But i guess we will have to do without…

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