Low-level eruption reported at Alaska’s Cleveland volcano

May 5, 2013 ALASKAScientists say Alaska’s Cleveland Volcano is undergoing a continuous low-level eruption. The activity began with an explosion early Saturday morning, followed by two other explosions hours later. The Alaska Volcano Observatory and U.S. Geological Survey say satellites and cameras suggest low-level emissions of gas, steam and a small amount of ash. Satellites detected highly elevated surface temperatures at the summit. The Federal Aviation Administration said there are no flight restrictions as a result. The volcano in the Aleutian Islands is 940 miles southwest of Anchorage. Its most recent significant eruption began in February 2001 and featured three explosive events that sent ash clouds as high 39,000 feet above sea level. It also produced a rubbly lava flow and hot avalanche that reached the sea. –ABC News
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4 Responses to Low-level eruption reported at Alaska’s Cleveland volcano

  1. Susan Dreher says:

    No mention of 15 inches of snow in southeastern Minnesota?!


  2. Tim says:

    There were a few small Earthquakes around the Yellowstone area today. Anything shaking around there scares me, as Yellowstone is a giant earth changing volcano.

    3.6 29km W of Soda Springs, Idaho 2013-05-06 03:20:56 42.620°N 111.955°W 4.9
    4.2 28km W of Soda Springs, Idaho 2013-05-06 03:13:42 42.608°N 111.947°W 11.3
    2.7 13km SE of West Yellowstone, Montana 2013-05-06 01:14:48 44.585°N 110.974°W 10.1
    2.9 67km ENE of Old Faithful Geyser, Wyoming 2013-05-03 10:43:10 44.686°N 110.044°W 5.0
    2.5 30km SSE of Virginia City, Montana 2013-04-29 10:31:30 45.030°N 111.851°W 4.8


  3. mtnwolf63 says:

    “continuous low-level eruption”??? What the heck is that???


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