58: Small eruption reported at Indonesia’s Mount Kerinci volcano

June 6, 2013INDONESIAAn small eruption occurred last Sunday (2 June) at 8:43 am (local time), preceded by a rise in seismic activity reported by the local volcano observatory. An ash explosion produced a small rising 300-600 m and light ash fall at Gunung Tujuh about 20 km away. According to local news, the sudden eruption caused panic among inhabitants of Sungai Rumpun village and several evacuated their homes. Some climbers, who were on the volcano at the time of the explosions, returned unharmed. The eruption was not signaled by VSI nor VAAC and originally only mentioned in some Indonesian media where it is not worth more than a brief note, given the large number of such events every year. Many more eruptions probably occur around the world without getting the attention of international media. Satellite data showed a weak SO2 anomaly at the volcano on 2 June and a thermal anomaly is regularly visible at the often active volcano’s summit. The volcano’s last eruption was in 2009. –Volcano Discovery
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3 Responses to 58: Small eruption reported at Indonesia’s Mount Kerinci volcano

  1. Emanni says:

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  2. Emanni says:

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    2. Assad will respond with expanded and deadly airstrikes and ground troops will advance with the aid of Hezbollah.
    3. Iran will begin openly supplying arms, and step up covert supplies of advisors and ground troops.
    4. Russia will increase arms shipments even further, including anti-ship, anti-tank and anti-aircraft missiles in order to dissuade U.S. and Israeli interests from sending their own forces into the area.
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  3. Emanni says:

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