Massive ash cloud rises 7.3 km above Shiveluch volcano

May 30. 2012KAMCHATKAA volcano in Russia’s Far East Kamchatka spewed ash high into the sky on Tuesday following a series of tremors, local media reported. The column of ash from the 3.3-km-high Shiveluch volcano reached up to 7.3 km above sea level, according to the Itar-Tass news agency. No impact or damage has been reported vis-a-vis the powerful outburst, which came in the wake of a chain of seismic events around the region. Located on the Kamchatka peninsula, Shiveluch has been active since September 1980. –China Daily
The volcano erupted in February 2012
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2 Responses to Massive ash cloud rises 7.3 km above Shiveluch volcano

  1. Carla says:

    Do you know how many volcano’s are at alert levels? This is getting very interesting. Thank you so much for keeping us updated on what is really going on.

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