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Old 02-06-2010, 06:49 AM   #1
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Bezymianny, Cleveland and Tungurahua updates for 6/1/2010


Tungurahua in Ecuador erupting on May 31, 2010.

Two volcanoes along the edge of the north Pacific had explosive eruptions over the weekend. We have some more details on both of the eruptions, so I'll pass them on:

Bezymianny
KVERT is excited because they claim to have predicted the explosive eruption of Bezymianny almost to the day. They had been closely monitoring the volcano and issued this statement on May 20:
According to satellite data by AVO and KVERT staff, a temperature of the thermal anomaly over the lava dome of Bezymianny volcano began increasing from May 19 (from -1 (9:49 UTC) to +18 (15:52 UTC) degrees of C). Possibly a new lava block extrudes at the lava dome of Bezymianny. And this stand for a preparation of new strong explosive eruption of Bezymianny volcano. Possibly this explosive eruption of Bezymianny volcano can occurs during May 21 - May 30 or May 21 - June 10.
Four days later, they upgraded the volcano's status to Orange:
Kamchatkan and Northern Kuriles Volcanic Activity KVERT INFORMATION RELEASE 23-10 Monday, May 24, 2010, 02:20 UTC (14:20 KDT) BEZYMIANNY VOLCANO: 55°58'N, 160°36'E; Elevation 2,882 m CURRENT AVIATION COLOR CODE IS ORANGE PREVIOUS AVIATION COLOR CODE WAS YELLOW Activity of the volcano gradually increased. Possibly a new explosive eruption of the volcano is preparing. According to satellite data, a temperature of thermal anomaly over the lava dome continues to increasing from 18 degrees of Celsius on May 19, to 48.8 degrees of Celsius on May 23.
Sure enough, the volcano erupted, producing a 10 km (32,000 foot) ash column on May 31.
Kamchatkan and Northern Kuriles Volcanic Activity KVERT INFORMATION RELEASE 25-10 Monday, May 31, 2010, 20:45 UTC (June 01, 08:30 KDT) BEZYMIANNY VOLCANO: 55°58'N, 160°36'E; Elevation 2,882 m CURRENT AVIATION COLOR CODE IS RED PREVIOUS AVIATION COLOR CODE WAS ORANGE Strong explosive eruption of Bezymianny volcano occurred from 12:34 till 12:50 UTC on May 31, according to seismic data. Ash fall in Kozyrevsk village is continuing. The volcano obscured by clouds.
Not bad for an operation that almost lost all of its funding and only operates 8:30 AM until 6:00 PM.

Cleveland
Meanwhile, Cleveland in the Alaska Aleutians did end up having an explosive eruption over the weekend as well. AVO issued a warning last week that the volcano was likely to erupt and upgraded the alert status to Yellow. On May 31, the volcano did end up erupting, producing a 4.8 km (16,000 foot) ash column. However, the volcano has gone quiet since this small event. (Of course, don't believe all the news you read, like this article that starts with "A volcano in Cleveland, Ohio emitted on Monday night a small ash cloud." Now, that would be news!)

Tungurahua
Halfway around the planet, Tungurahua in Ecuador is still erupting (spanish) after prompting evacuations earlier last week. The latest reports talk about the volcano producing over 400 explosions an day, with incandescent blocks being thrown from the vent - helping to produce the 10 km (32,000 foot) ash plume. Seismicity is still increasing under the volcano, so there could be more explosive events on the way. You can see some video of the eruption over on Benjamin Bernard's blog (french).

http://scienceblogs.com/eruptions/20..._and_tungu.php
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Old 08-06-2010, 11:38 AM   #3
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Volcano near Philippine capital rumbling back to life

(AFP) – 6 hours ago


The Taal volcano close to the Philippine
capital is becoming active and may
eventually erupt, scientists say

MANILA — A volcano close to the Philippine capital is becoming active and may eventually erupt, scientists said Tuesday as they warned tourists to avoid its famous crater.

Taal, located 65 kilometres (40 miles) south of Manila, is one of the most unstable of the country's 22 known active volcanoes with 33 recorded eruptions, the last one in 1977.

Experts raised the second of a five-level alert on Taal on Tuesday. The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said volcanic quakes in the area have been occurring since April and the crater lake was heating up.

"The recorded high frequency volcanic earthquakes could be the result of active rock fracturing associated with magma intrusion beneath the volcano," it said in a statement.

"Taal volcano's status is now raised to alert level 2, meaning that the volcano is undergoing magmatic intrusion which could eventually lead to an eruption."

Taal's crater is surrounded by a lake about 15 kilometres off the hill resort of Tagaytay, a major tourist destination.

"Phivolcs reminds the general public that the main crater remains off-limits because hazardous steam-driven explosions may occur, along with the possible build-up of toxic gases," the institute said.

It said a trail leading to the crater was "hazardous".

However the lake surrounding the crater has prevented deaths in the 1977 and other eruptions, as the body of water has protected outlying areas from the lava.

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Taal Volcano on alert level 2

First Posted 11:12:00 06/08/2010

MANILA, Philippines—The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology on Tuesday raised the alert level status of Taal Volcano from alert level 1 to alert level 2 as it is showing signs of possible eruption.

On its website, Phivolcs said it has noticed “anomalous change” since the last week of April.

Among its observations were increased and intensifying volcanic earthquakes, including a low frequency type volcanic earthquake detected on June 2; raised temperature in the main crater lake; raised ground temperatures; intensified steaming of the main crater; and inflating of the volcano.

“The recorded high frequency volcanic earthquakes could be the result of active rock fracturing associated with magma intrusion beneath the volcano. The fractures served as passageways through which hot gases from the intruding magma could escape into the main crater lake,” the institute said.

Phivolcs thus reminded the general public to stay away from the main crater due to possible hazardous steam-driven explosions and build-up of toxic gases.

“Areas with hot grounds and steam emission such as portions of the Daang Kastila Trail are considered hazardous. Phivolcs reiterates that the whole Volcano Island is a Permanent Danger Zone (PDZ) and permanent settlement within this area is strictly prohibited,” it said.

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/breakin...-alert-level-2
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6,000 Taal villagers told to move out

First Posted 21:38:00 06/09/2010

BATANGAS CITY, Philippines—At least 6,000 residents in four towns were asked by the Batangas Provincial Disaster Coordinating Council (PDCC) to voluntarily leave their homes as Taal Volcano continues to show signs of acting up.

But as of 2 p.m. Wednesday, no evacuation was being conducted for residents living near Taal Volcano.

Batangas Vice Gov. Marc Leviste, acting governor and PDCC chair, said evacuations would start only upon approval of village chiefs and local government executives.

Earlier on Wednesday, provincial administrator Vic Reyes advised 6,000 residents in the towns of Talisay, San Nicolas, Agoncillo and Laurel, which surround the volcano island, to evacuate voluntarily.

Reyes said the towns of Balete, Mataas na Kahoy, Cuenca, Sta. Teresita, Alitagtag, Tanauan, Lipa and Lemery should also be alerted.

Information drive

Jing Segusmundo, provincial information officer, sent two teams to the four towns for an information drive.

Segusmundo said in Talisay town, many tourists were backing out from their trips to Taal Volcano upon learning that it was placed under alert level 2.

She also said in San Nicolas, residents reported seeing strange animal behavior that they related to the volcanic activity.

Segusmundo said her teams were urging 6,000 settlers, fish-cage caretakers and tourists to voluntarily evacuate.

Should there be voluntary or forced evacuation, schools would be available as temporary shelters, said Danilo Cabello, of the Department of Education.

Evacuation costs

“The schools are always open,” said Cabello.

He said evacuees should first occupy covered courts for efficient distribution of relief goods.

Joy Montalbo, of the Department of Social Welfare and Development, said the province would need at least P4.5 million per week for 1,000 families who would evacuate—P2.7 million per week for food and P1.7 million per week for nonfood items.

The costs made Leviste and PDCC members to study whether they would place Batangas under a state of calamity or not.

Vicente Tomazar, Calabarzon PDCC chief, said from 32 high frequency volcanic earthquakes, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (Phivolcs) recorded only 16 in the last 24 hours, but a stronger quake was felt in Tagaytay City.

Taal’s alert level was raised to 2 on Tuesday because of the increase in eruption signs monitored by the Phivolcs starting in April.

The Phivolcs said reports showed that a fresh batch of magma had been rising to the volcano’s surface, which could eventually lead to an eruption.

It asked people to stay out of the permanent danger zone around the island-volcano. Marrah Erika Lesaba, Inquirer Southern Luzon

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Volcanic activity is going to be news around the world very soon, and may likely become a regular update as the weather, which will probably be affected.

Certainly before the year is out Katla in Iceland will be big news, although many other volcanoes in Iceland will also erupt so the affect is speculative.
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Russian volcano Klyuchevskaya continues to spew fire onto its icy slopes

Jun 15, 2010 12:25 PM


The forbidding slopes of Klyuchevskaya are covered in snow and barren rock. And at its peak, a volcanic eruption continues to spew ash and rock into the atmosphere.

According to NASA:
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Klyuchevskaya Volcano on the Russian Federation's Kamchatka Peninsula continued to release a plume on June 12, 2010. The Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on NASA's Terra satellite captured this false-color image the same day.

This image uses a combination of visible and near-infrared light. Vegetation doesn't thrive on Klyuchevskaya's rocky slopes, and the scene appears in shades of gray-a combination of rock, snow, cloud, and volcanic plume. Clouds form a semicircle around the northern half of the volcano, and the volcanic plume blows in the clouds' direction.

Klyuchevskaya (or Kliuchevskoi) is a stratovolcano. It's the highest and most active volcano on Kamchatka. Klyuchevskaya's summit crater has been modified by numerous geologically recent eruptions, including eruptions recorded since the late seventeenth century.
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Image via NASA/GSFC/METI/ERSDAC/JAROS, and U.S./Japan ASTER Science Team

http://io9.com/5564274/russian-volca...its-icy-slopes
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Friday Flotsam: Plume images and a restless (?) North Korean volcano

June 18, 2010


The Baekdu caldera along the North
Korean/Chinese border.


The NASA Earth Observatory have been giving us a steady diet of volcanic plumes over the last week, including PNG's Ulawun, Russia's Sarychev Peak (a very faint plume), both an ASTER and Terra image of the summit region at Kliuchevskoi and finally a mix of plume and clouds over PNG's Manam volcano.

I wanted to also mention a brief article I ran into on the Changbaishan/Baekdu caldera along the Chinese and North Korean border. Although short on specifics, this article mentions a number of interesting (and potentially odd/wrong) things: (1) Baekdu is showing signs of "becoming active" - this is the first I've heard of that, but the article does mention increased seismicity, inflation of 10 cm since 2002 and an increase in surface temperature; (2) the North Korean government is creating "comprehensive countermeasures" in case of an eruption - I have no idea what this means, it almost suggests they want to come up with ways to stop the eruption, which is ridiculous; (3) that the recent North Korean underground nuclear test might have had an effect on the magmatic system at Baekdu - and this strikes me as 100% pure speculation. The volcano has a caldera lake at the top, known to the Chinese as the "Lake of Heaven" and a Korean-speaking population living around the edifice. If Baekdu were to erupt, it would be a very large problem for North Korea's already teetering economy and government - the eruptions tends to be explosive with the last coming in 1903. However, Baekdu/Changbaishan did likely produce a VEI 7 eruption ~1000 A.D., meaning any activity at the volcano should be closely monitored (which could be difficult with its location on the Chinese-North Korean border).

http://scienceblogs.com/eruptions/
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Russian volcano Shiveluch spews ash to over 3 miles, no threat to air traffic yet

04:58 20/06/2010


Scientists have said the volcano does not
pose any significant danger to villages in the
area.

The northernmost active volcano in Russia's Far East Kamchatka Peninsula is currently spewing plumes of ash at a height of more than 5 kilometers (3 miles), the Kamchatka branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Geophysical Service said.

Shiveluch, located 2 miles above sea level, increased its volcanic activity in May 2009 and periodically spews ash from three to eight kilometers (1.9-5 miles). Scientists have registered more than 180 local earthquakes near the volcano.

Scientists have said the volcano does not pose any significant danger to villages in the area, the nearest one, Klyuchi, only 40 kilometers (around 25 miles), except for the possibility of some ash fall.

However, ensuing ash fallouts could be hazardous to health and the environment.

Clouds of volcanic ash could also pose threat to air traffic because the tiny particles cause problems with aircraft engine turbines. So far, the volcano poses no threat to air traffic near the Pacific Ocean.

The eruption on the Eyjafjallajokull Glacier in Iceland, which began April 14, paralyzed air traffic throughout central and northern Europe, leaving thousands of travelers stranded and forcing more than 20 European countries to close their airspace.

PETROPAVLOVSK-KAMCHATSKY, June 19 (RIA Novosti)

http://en.rian.ru/natural/20100620/159497223.html
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Massive blob of scorching magma discovered under southern Africa

A huge plume of molten rock that is linked to volcanic eruptions has been detected below southern Africa.



By Brett Israel, OurAmazingPlanet Staff Writer / June 21, 2010

A blob of the Earth's gooey insides linked to volcanic eruptions has been detected below southern Africa.

The newly discovered blob is known to geologists as a mid-mantle plume. Mantle plumes are columns of hot, gushy gunk that flow toward the Earth's surface and are a known contributor to volcanic activity. Until now, the mid-section of a mantle plume has never been imaged.

Mid-mantle plumes are hotter and move faster — roughly 4 inches (10 centimeters) per year — than the scorching, molten rock deeper inside the Earth, which is called the Earth's mantle. The mantle buoys the sprawling rocky plates that make up the Earth's crust. When these plates collide with each other, volcanoes and mountain ranges are born. The process spans millions of years, however, since an average plate moves between 0.4 and 4 inches (1 to 10 cm) per year.

IN PICTURES: Volcanoes around the world

Mantle plumes form a heat pipeline from the Earth's core to the upper region of the mantle. Plumes don't directly cause volcanoes on the Earth's continents, but they are one ingredient in a volcanic eruption, said study team member Don Helmberger of Caltech. There is some evidence that mantle plumes can trigger volcanic eruptions in oceanic places such as Iceland and Hawaii, Helmberger told OurAmazingPlanet.

Mantle plumes form deep within the Earth, where they can be up to 3,100 miles (5,000 kilometers) wide. As a plume head of magma rises from deep within the Earth, it tapers to roughly 62 miles (100 km) wide near the upper mantle.

Using seismic data, the researchers were able to locate the mid-mantle plume under the Kaapvaal region of southern Africa. The researchers estimate that its width is no larger than 93 miles (150 km).

The newfound mid-mantle plume is angling up toward the East African Rift — a chasm in eastern Africa that's been growing due to the African continental plate ripping apart. The study could help scientists understand the characteristics and dynamics of structures in the lower mantle as well as the geology of the southern African region.

The study is detailed in the May 4 issue of the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

http://www.csmonitor.com/Science/201...outhern-Africa
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Not sure if these are your own words or from a text book, but geologists really don't know what makes up our Earth. What's below the surface of Earth is a mystery, science calls it 'theory'.

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Published: Jul 12, 2010

Undersea Volcano Erupts By Tonga (Photo) - Scientists Say Possible Threat

A huge 10,000 foot volcano on the ocean floor
has been erupting for days near Tonga
. Out of the water smoke, steam, and ash have been blasting hundreds of feet into the sky and clouds.

At this point currently the eruption isn't posing any threat to anyone living on the islands near by Tonga. No reports of significant fish or animal danger but scientists suspect that there is some small marginal loss of fish in the area.

Tonga police has yet to release any warnings for any coastal villages that are about 6 miles off the coast to where the ash and smoke has been bursting. Government officials and scientists are closely inspecting and surveying the area.

Tonga is part of the Pacific 'Ring of Fire'. (c) tPC

http://www.postchronicle.com/news/sc...12311883.shtml


***note. This article has a teeny weeny thumbnail picture not acceptable for avatar size, but, I did a search, and next post...

whoa... some awesome photos forthcoming.
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That seems like a hell of alot of activity in a recent period of time. With all the earthquakes and sinkholes going on on top of that. Seems like the earth is in the beginning stages of a major change.
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From: The Big Picture

Erm... oh forget it, just caught the date. These are from 2009. Already have them hosted and they are awesome think I'll go ahead with posting.


March 19, 2009

Undersea eruptions near Tonga

Scientists sailed out to have a closer look at the eruptions of an undersea volcano off the coast of Tonga in the South Pacific Ocean today. Tonga's head geologist, Kelepi Mafi, said there was no apparent danger to residents of Nuku'alofa and others living on the main island of Tongatapu. Officials also said it may be related to a quake with a magnitude of 4.4 which struck last March 13 around 35 kilometers from the capital at a depth of nearly 150 kilometres. (I know this is an off-day posting, but really, thought the images were worth it - 12 photos total)






















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I'm afraid, folks, that aside from the story I posted first, there doesn't seem to be any 2010 event. I'd found this posted at an Earthchanges group I belong to where it was posted earlier. In search, I found the same story posted at Godlike Productions and at glp it was determined that this is last years event then the thread went dead.

The story I initially posted says published July 2010 and I don't know why other than the author had his facts wrong.
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I suppose I could post this recent entry to the Eruptions blog.

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If you haven't heard, ScienceBlogs HQ has put its foot squarely in its jaw thanks to a little poor decision-making. Now, Eruptions is a little outside the mainstream of ScienceBlogs - there aren't many corporations that might influence my posting (unless you suddenly see "Eruptions - brought to you by RyanAir" the next time an Icelandic volcano erupts), so I would hope that the credibility of this blog is hopefully not too threatening by the PepsiBlog, but I feel for my other ScienceBloggers who may be adversely effected for various reasons. In solidarity with them, Eruptions will be quiet for a while as SB's Powers-That-Be (hopefully) address this dilemma. Stay tuned ... (and hopefully nothing blows its top in the interim).

Now, if you feel strongly about this problem, please do not hesitate to email Seed Media ([email protected]) and voice your opinion. It is a very fine line that keeps bloggers credible in this media age, so we need to be vigilant to protect it.

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Eruptions blog has moved. Interesting updates.

http://bigthink.com/blogs/eruptions/
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