Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano shaken by spasm of eruptions

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October 2015 COSTA RICACosta Rica’s Turrialba volcano released a column of gas and ash into the sky on Thursday (Friday NZT) in the latest of a series of eruptions. According to officials, the eruption occurred at 8.37am local time and was a little bigger than recent activity at the site.
Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano released a column of gas and ash into the sky on Tuesday (26 October) in the latest of a series of eruptions at the majestic volcano. According to officials, the eruption occurred at 8.37am local time (2.37pm GMT) and was a little bigger than recent activity at the site. Geologist Floribet Vega said that dozens of eruptions have been registered at Turrialba in recent days.
“What happened this morning on October 27 at 8.37am was the continuation of a series of eruptions which have been generated since the end of the week at Turrialba volcano. Today’s [eruption] at 8.37am was a little bit stronger, not extremely bigger that it sent ash to the central valley, but it’s a little bigger than what we have seen. We’re observing 30 small eruptions in one day, which deposit ash in the main crater,” she said.
Geologist Floribet Vega said that dozens of eruptions have been registered at Turrialba in recent days. Significant emissions have been reported at the volcano in recent years, but magma has rarely been observed at Turrialba’s crater. –Weather Watch, IB Times
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