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Worldwide Volcano News and Updates:

Sat, 25 Apr 22:00
Exlosion at Nakadake volcano (Aso volcano) this morning
Aso (Kyushu): Mild to moderate strombolian explosions from the Nakadake crater have become continuous. ...more [read all]
Sat, 25 Apr 11:00
Sat, 25 Apr 10:09
Exlosion at Nakadake volcano (Aso volcano) this morning
Mild to moderate strombolian explosions from the Nakadake crater have become continuous.
View into the Nakadake crater with an ash-rich explosion last evening
Sat, 25 Apr 09:59
Glow from Calbuco this morning
Mild to moderate emissions of ash and incandescent material (probably as strombolian explosions) continue at the summit vent(s). A small ash plume rises approx. 1 km and is currently drifting east. ...more
Sat, 25 Apr 09:46
Several ash plumes were reported by VAAC Tokyo during the past days. ...more
Sat, 25 Apr 09:44
Ash plume from Sakurajima this morning
Strong vulcanian explosions have been occurring at the volcano, which remains in a state of elevated activity. ...more
Fri, 24 Apr 23:32
The alert level was lowered back to the lowest level green, after signs of unrest at the volcano gradually had declined during the past weeks. ...more [read all]
Fri, 24 Apr 23:26
Ash emission from Calbuco this evening
Starting from 23:30 local time last night (23 April), activity at the volcano has again increased. The volcano started to produce more or less continuous small to moderate ash emissions, that have been reaching up to 2 km height and drifted mainly northeast. ...more [read all]
Fri, 24 Apr 22:00
Strombolian explosion at Turrialba this morning
Turrialba (Costa Rica): The ejection of incandescent lava in small strombolian-type explosions has been observed since 03:40 this morning at the volcano's crater. This means that new magma has now arrived at the crater. ...more [read all]
Fri, 24 Apr 17:37
Strombolian explosion at Turrialba this morning
The ejection of incandescent lava in small strombolian-type explosions has been observed since 03:40 this morning at the volcano's crater. This means that new magma has now arrived at the crater. ...more

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