Kamchatka’s Bezymianny volcano erupts, expels ash cloud 8 km high

March 9, 2012KAMCHATKAFriday saw a new eruption of the Bezymianny volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East. Earlier in the day, the volcano spewed ash up to 8 kilometers high, seismologists said, adding that the eruption does not pose a threat to population centers in the area. One of the most active volcanoes in the world, Bezymianny is located 350 kilometers northeast of the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. During its most powerful eruption in 1956, the 2,800-meter volcano ejected about three cubic kilometers of volcanic debris in a very short time. –Voice of Russia
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3 Responses to Kamchatka’s Bezymianny volcano erupts, expels ash cloud 8 km high

  1. Dianne Ford says:

    What do you think is causing all of these volcanoes and earthquakes to be happening? OMGoodness!


    • Fluid expansion of magma brought on by a thermal flux in the outer core which I’ve sited as a primary cause of periods of catastrophism in Earth’s history as this process also occurs during magnetic reversal events. We’re now on pace for the most volcanic eruptive events ever with another post just adding from a warning about a volcano in Colombia.


  2. TNO says:

    If you go back over the past 3 years you can see a direct correlation between CME’s and volcanic and earthquake events. With all the activity on the sun lately, it’s no wonder we don’t have more eruptions.


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