Increase of eruptive activity at Mexico’s Popocatépetl Volcano

September 26, 2012 MEXICO At least 26 eruptions accompanied by steam and gas, as well as a volcano tectonic quake were registered as a consequence of the Mexican volcano Popocatépetl activity during the last hours, it was reported Tuesday. The National Center of Disaster Prevention (Cenapred) said eruptions were of low and medium intensity with no ash expulsion in any of them. According to the institution, the volcano tectonic quake was registered at 11.54 local time (16:54 GMT). At this moment, the alert light of volcano activity remains yellow phase 2 and the surrounding population to keep informed as to alerts on the activity of the volcano also known as Don Goyo. Traffic between Santiago Xalitzintla and San Pedro Nexapa, via the Cortes passage, is under control. The Popo is located at the center of the country, in the territorial limits of the Morelos, Puebla and Mexico states. Located 55 kilometers Southeast of the Federal District, the Popocatépetl is the second highest volcano in Mexico, with a maximum height of five thousand 458 meters above sea level, only second to the Pico de Orizaba (Veracruz) with five thousand 610 meters.  –Presna Latina
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9 Responses to Increase of eruptive activity at Mexico’s Popocatépetl Volcano

  1. J Guffey says:

    Alvin, just wondering if you saw the 6.2 Baja Mexico quakes about 1 1/2 hrs. ago? Is it related? In fact there seems to be a small swarm going on at the West Coast Utah, Nevada, Northern California, Mexico.


  2. sheba says:

    Hi Alvin,Gulf of california had an earthquake of 6.2 is that realated to the volcano errupting ? Hope everyone is safe. Thank you for all your hard work


  3. Emanni says:

    Thousands of sheep buried alive in snowdrifts – Video…9860.11483.0.11914.…0.0…1ac.1.zeeGPzA0TxI

    “Unprecedented” cold and snow in Iceland. Thousands of sheep (13,000) buried alive in snowdrifts is nothing short of disastrous. Snow in North Iceland in early September is not unheard of but snowfall of two to three meters overnight at this time of year—when the sheep are still in highland pastures—is highly unusual. Two to three meters (7-11 feet) of snow overnight! That’s a small taste of what the mammoths experienced.


  4. George says:

    Could there be any deep connection between this and the La Paz, Mexico earthquake?


  5. Irene C says:

    Just wondering if there is any correlation between Popocatepetl and the 6.2 quake that hit the Gulf of California.


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