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Volcano Live News - John Seach

Breaking Volcano Eruption News by Australian Volcano Adventurer John Seach.

Updated: 2014-10-07T14:18:13.317+11:00


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Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach


A lava flow is advancing towards the old Royal Gardens subdivision at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. The flow is moving alongside a kipuka and has started forest fires. The lava is moving west of the February 2010 flow and is close to the last inhabited house in the subdivision. More on Kilauea volcano...

Nyamuragira Volcano, Democratic Republic of Congo - John Seach


A flank eruption has begun at Nyamuragira volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The eruption began on the evening of 6th November 2011. A 1 km long fissure has opened with lava fountains. Park rangers were the first to report the eruption last night. A sky glow was seen by observers in Goma during the night and this morning a large plume was visible. More on Nyamuragira volcano...

Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands - John Seach


Geyser-like eruptions have broken the ocean surface at El Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands. The eruptions plume contained ash, magmatic material and gas and reached a height of 20 m. Geyser-like eruptions began on 6th November and occurred strongly every 30-60 minutes. Strong smell of gas was noticed by residents near the coast. On the evening of 6th November ash and steam from the eruption

Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands - John Seach


Earthquakes have increased at El Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands. This indicates continued submarine eruptions at the volcano. On 2nd November at 18:10 UT there was a magnitude 4.4 earthquake with a focus at depth of 23 km in El Golfo Bay. The earthquake was followed by strong harmonic tremor. On 3rd November there were new areas of yellow-green stained water above the eruption site. There

Mauna Kea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach


An earthquake swarm occurred under Mauna Kea volcano in Hawaii on 19th October 2011. The largest earthquake was magnitude 4.5 and had a focus at a depth of 18 km at a location 9 km NE of the summit. More on Mauna Kea volcano...

Hierro Volcano, Canary Islands - John Seach


Earthquakes continue at Hierro volcano in the Canary Islands. Since July 2011 over 8000 small earthquakes have been recorded at the volcano. Yesterday an earthquake of magnitude 3.5 occurred. Deformation has increased significantly at the volcano in the past week. On 23rd September 2011 the alert level was raised to YELLOW. Some residents have been evacuated from near the volcano. Earthquakes are

Tambora Volcano, Indonesia - John Seach


Tambora volcano in Indonesia has been raised to level 2 alert (out of maximum 4) after an increase in volcanic earthquakes. In April 2011 there were 37 shallow volcanic earthquakes recorded, 167 in May, 277 in June, 363 in July, and 141 from 1-29 August. Continuous tremor was recorded on 29 and 30 August. Tourists and locals are advised to avoid the summit area of Tambora volcano. In 1815

Ranakah Volcano, Indonesia - John Seach


Volcanic unrest has been reported at Ranakah volcano in Indonesia. Between January and 24th August 2011 there was a background level of 1-2 shallow volcanic earthquakes per day at the volcano. On 24th August 2011 there were 10 shallow volcanic earthquakes recorded and 6 on 25th August. There is a risk that volcanic earthquakes could distrupt the lava dome causing pyroclastic flows similar to

Papandayan Volcano, Indonesia - John Seach


Papandayan volcano in Indonesia has been placed on level 3 alert (out of maximum 4) after an increase in unrest. Seismic activity has increased at the volcano with a doubling of volcanic earthquakes in the first 2 weeks of August compared to previous months. Deformation measurements have detected an 18 mm inflation of the volcano on 10th August compared to 4th July 2011. Temperature in one of the

Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach


Large changes have occurred on the east rift zone of Kilauea volcano. On 3rd August the floor of Pu'u O'o crater collapsed and draining the lava lake. A lava volume of lava emerged from twelve vents on the west side of Pu'u O'o cone which flowed northwest and south. The walls of Pu'u O'o crater have started to collapse. A small amount of lava has returned to the crater floor and was visible on

Katla Volcano, Iceland - John Seach


An eruption has possibly started at Katla volcano, Iceland. A glacial flood, possibly from an eruption of Katla volcano under the Mýrdalsjökull icecap has damaged Highway number 1 by the river Múlakvísl. The bridge across Múlakvísl has been damaged and the road is closed between Höfdabrekka, east of Vík, and Skálm River, near Álftaver. So far the eruption is not large, but people have

Hekla Volcano, Iceland - John Seach


Hekla volcano in Iceland is showning signs of unrest. Signs of possible magma movement under the volcano has been detected for the past few days. Since 1970, Hekla volcano has erupted about every 10 years. The initial phase of each Hekla eruption is always highly explosive. The duration and magnitude of the explosive phase is directly correlated with the length of the preceding repose period

Puyehue Volcano, Chile - John Seach


Puyehue volcano in Chile erupted on Saturday 4th June 2011 after 51 years of inactivity. On the 3th June a seismic swarm occurred with 1450 earthquakes registered at the volcano, associated with magma movement under the volcano. The earthquakes has a focus of 2-5 km depth on the southeast flank of the volcano. More than 130 earthquakes were greater than magnitude 2. On Saturday 4th of June

Grimsvotn Volcano, Iceland - John Seach


Keflavík airport in Iceland has been closed due to the eruption of Grímsvötn volcano. Ashfall surrounding the volcano has already reached a thickness of half a centimetre. This is the largest eruption at Grímsvotn volcano in 100 years and larger than the one in Eyjafjallajökull last year. It is similar to the eruption of 1873 at Grímsvotn. A large glacial flood (Jokulhlaup) is not

Grimsvotn Volcano, Iceland - John Seach


An eruption began at Grímsvötn volcano in Iceland at approximately 17:30 UTC, on 21st May 2011. The volcano is located under the Vatnajokull glacier in south-east Iceland. The subglacial eruption sent a plume 20 km high. A 120 nautical mile flight restriction has been placed around the volcano. A group of people stayed in a hut in Grímsvötn volcano the night before the eruption, and had left

Gamkonora Volcano, Indonesia - John Seach


Seismic activity has increased at Gamkonora volcano, Indonesia. During January to May 2011 an average of two shallow volcanic earthquakes, and one deep earthquake was measured at the volcano per day, and emissions rose 50-100 m above the crater. On 1st May 46 deep earthquakes, and 6 shallow earthquakes occurred. On 2nd May 35 deep earthquakes and 2 shallow earthquakes were detected at the

Taal Volcano, Philippines - John Seach


Taal volcano in the Philippines has been placed on level 2 alert due to an intrusion of Magma towards the surface. The temperature of the main crater lake has increased to 31.5 ded C. There has been a small inflation of the volcano. High levels of carbon dioxide have been released in the main crater and seismic activity is elevated. PHIVOLCS has advised the Main Crater, Daang Kastila Trail

Great Japan Earthquake 2011 and Volcanic Eruptions - John Seach


The Great Japan Earthquake of 2011 (mag 8.9) and its aftershocks, are capable disrupting volcanoes large distances from the epicentre. Very large eruptions are possible after Great Earthquakes. It is possible for eruptions to occur anytime after the earthquake, and the high risk period will last for several months. Japan has ten percent of the world's active volcanoes. The closest active

Great Japan Earthquake (Mag 8.9) and Tsunami - John Seach


Tsunamis from the great Japan earthquake have hit parts of the Pacific Ocean distant from the epicentre. Tsunami heights were 1.5 m in the Marquesas, 2.0 m Crescent City (California), 1.0 m Manus Island (Papua New Guinea), 1.4 m Hilo (Hawaii), 1.7 m Maui (Hawaii), 1.8 m Hokkaido (Japan), Vancouver Island (Canada), 1.3 m Midway Island, 0.65 m Saipan, and 0.7 m Vanuatu. The Japan earthquake is

Great Japan Earthquake and (Mag 8.9) Tsunami - John Seach


A great earthquake (mag 8.9) hit Japan on Friday 11th March 2011, at 2:46 pm local time. The epicentre was located offshore 130 km E of Sendai, in Honshu. The earthquake had a shallow focus at 24 km. A 10 metre high tsunami has hit the eastern coast of Honshu. Major tsunami damage was reported at Sendai. Narita airport in tokyo was closed. A tsunami warning was placed over the Pacific

Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach


A new fissure eruption has begun at Kilauea volcano in Hawaii. On 5th March, Hawaii time the floor of Pu'u O'o crater collapsed over a period of 10 minutes. The event was preceded by a rapid deflation of Pu'u O'o and increased tremor along Kīlauea's middle east rift zone near Makaopuhi and Napau craters. There was also deflation at the summit. New fissure opened between Pu'u O'o and Napau

Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii - John Seach


Kilauea volcano in Hawaii continues to erupt. Along the east rift zone lava is erupting from Pu'u O'o crater covering the western crater floor. On the coastal plain near Kalapana, surface lava flows have reached within 1 km of highway 130. At the summit of Kilauea lava in the vent of Halemaumau reached a level of 70 m below the surface. Seismic tremor at the summit is sometimes accompanied

Fuego Volcano, Guatemala - John Seach


Eruptions continue at Fuego volcano, Guatemala. During the night incandescent explosions ejected lava 100 m above the crater and sent avalanches down surrounding valleys. Rumbling sounds were heard and audible degassing lasted up to six minutes at a time. Ash emissions reached a height of 800 m above the crater and drifted south and southwest. More on Fuego volcano...

Santa Maria Volcano, Guatemala - John Seach


On 3rd March an explosion occurred from Caliente crater at Santa Maria volcano in Guatemala. Ash emissions reached 10,800 ft above sea level and produced ashfall in towns to the west and southwest of the volcano. The explosion generated a pyroclastic flow which moved 2.5 km down the southwest flank. Activity continued on 4th March with moderate explosions ejecting ash to a height of 11,000