Sangeang Api volcano (Indonesia): elevated seismic activity triggers alarm

May 22, 2013 – INDONESIAAn increase in seismicity since 26 April triggered VSI to rise the alert status from 2 to 3 on a scale of 1-4 (from “Waspada,” “watch” to Siaga,” alert). For the moment, only degassing has been observed as surface activity. A similar increase in seismic activity was observed in Oct 2012, when the alert was raised as well and then reduced again in November. The last eruption at the volcano occurred in 2009. –Volcano Discovery
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1 Response to Sangeang Api volcano (Indonesia): elevated seismic activity triggers alarm

  1. Irene C says:

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    SIGNIFICANT EXPLOSION: A solar radiation storm is in progress on May 22nd following an M5-class solar flare on the sun’s western limb. The explosion not only accelerated a hailstorm of protons toward our planet, but also produced a magnificent CME, which might deliver a glancing blow to Earth’s magnetic field in the days ahead.

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