Russia’s Shiveluch volcano ejects a 11 km ash cloud

April 26, 2012RUSSIA The Shiveluch volcano on Russia’s Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula on Thursday ejected an ash cloud to as high as nearly 11km above the sea level, the Itar-Tass news agency reported. An ash column from the volcano rose to a height of 10.7km above the sea level. There was no immediate threat for the population, and no emissions of volcanic dust were monitored in neighboring villages. Two earthquakes were registered at the volcano over the past 24 hours, which was given the highest Red Aviation Code. This was the most powerful eruption of ash registered at Shiveluch this year. Shiveluch has been active for more than four weeks. Shiveluch, standing 3,283 meters above the sea level, is Kamchatka’s northernmost active volcano. –DNA
Last eruption February 2012
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8 Responses to Russia’s Shiveluch volcano ejects a 11 km ash cloud

  1. Val says:

    Is there a site that shows all the volcanoes around the world on a map, like the one that shows the daily earthquakes.

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  2. Lee says:

    Val, I was wondering the same thing. That is a map I’d like to see.

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  3. Rob says:

    Thank You for the link &, as always, keeping us informed! 😉

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  4. Lee says:

    Thank you so much for posting this map!

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  5. iamtwisted says:

    Its not so much the ones letting off steam and ash i am worried about but more so the ones at this point that are not. As something or a combination of things seem to be taking place and causing these earth changes to speed up….i am concerned about the pressure in the areas that go all at once.

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