Shiveluch volcano on Kamchatka spews ash 8 km high

June 15, 2012KAMCHATKA – The Shiveluch volcano on Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia’s Far East has erupted with ash rising to an altitude of 8 km above sea level, ITAR-TASS reports. Currently there is no danger for local communities. The eruption was accompanied by underground shocks which lasted 3.5 minutes. The Shiveluch volcano is the most northern and the most active volcano on Kamchatka. The volcano became active in 1980. –Voice of Russia
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8 Responses to Shiveluch volcano on Kamchatka spews ash 8 km high

  1. David Webb says:

    I’ve been following earthquake and volcano activity for some months now and I’m finding things are happening of late that really concern me snd lots of other people. This is the Mayon peoples coming true like it or not.
    David. Suffolk


  2. yves says:

    its just the begenning… love all


  3. Marie-Louise says:

    Yep, the Earth is transforming into the New Earth and we are being liberated from the forces of darkness. Finally!

    Ready or not it is happening. Love to all…

    P.S. Alvin, this is which number of actively erupting volcanoes?


  4. Cantab says:

    Hi Alvin,

    Raoul Island (part of Kermadec group off top of NZ) seisomograph going berserk as of 4 hours ago…harmonic tremor perhaps?



  5. Roy Hinkley says:

    A warning was issued from a IEVPC ( The IEVPC is headquartered in Orlando, Florida. It operates world wide through the branch offices of its associates scientists and contractors. Once its CGE Monitoring and Warning System (CMWS) is deployed, the IEVPC will establish on site facilities at high threat areas providing advanced notification of CGE events.)
    “The International Earthquake and Volcano Prediction Center (IEVPC), today has issued a Warning Notice’ for a combined imminent major earthquake and tsunami threat. Predicted to strike off Russia’s Far East Kamchatka peninsula, the quake is forecast to be between M7.4 and M8.5.  Even if the forecast remains at the M7.4 level, the likelihood for significant property damage and loss of life for cities and towns along the peninsula is great as detailed in the Warning Notice.”


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