61: Mount Veniaminof volcano erupts in Alaska

June 11, 2013 ALASKA A weak eruptive activity has started from the volcano. Since last night, weak ash emissions have appeared from the central cone of the caldera of the volcano. The new activity is accompanied by a persistent steam plume and increasing volcanic tremor. So far there seem to be no lava flows or other significant eruptive processes. The new ash emissions are very diluted and reach about 200-300 m height. They were first observed on the Aviation camera of Perryville from last night at around 17-18h local time. AVO who has not yet reported about the ash confirmed to Blog Culture Volcan that the plume indeed contains very small amounts of ash, which pose no problems to aviation (for now). The volcano last erupted in 2008. –Volcano Discovery
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8 Responses to 61: Mount Veniaminof volcano erupts in Alaska

  1. Irene C says:

    The Gulf of California shaken by a Magnitude 4.7 and 4.4 Earthquake.


  2. Sirena says:

    Does “61” mean this is the 61st eruption this year? or current activity and has not stopped having activity. Thank you for your time.


  3. niebo says:

    That’s what, 6 this WEEK? Seems pressure is building on all fronts. . . .


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