In Yellowstone recorded high concentrations of CO2 that can talk about the imminent eruption of the super volcano. Satellite images show that a large amount of carbon dioxide released into the area of the volcano. High CO2 levels in the vicinity of the volcanoes are usually harbingers of imminent eruption, as a sign of the rise of pressure deep beneath the earth’s surface.
In addition, there has been a surge in seismic activity in Wyoming and near the caldera super volcano. Yellowstone last erupted 70,000 years ago, but the recent surge in seismic activity around the world, could accelerate in the depths of its caldera. Continue reading “Yellowstone volcano preparing to erupt?”
Live volcano is spewing magma at a depth of over a mile below a huge ice sheet. It is an unprecedented discovery which points to the possibility of a major eruption, but with totally unpredictable consequences.
A team of seismologists led by Douglas Wiens of Washington University made the discovery after detecting a series of earthquakes of low magnitude in the West Antarctica – the type of earthquakes that often precede volcanic eruptions. The researchers ruled out the possibility that these events that were occurring at a depth of 15 to 25 miles (25-40 km) below the sub-glacial surface were caused by earthquakes of glacial ice movement or activity tectonics due to deep and long period waves. Continue reading “Volcano in deep Antarctic ice sheet”
Jakarta, Indonesia–a volcano in Northern Indonesia spewing hot smoke and ash thousands of feet into the air after two new eruptions.
The volcano on the island of Sulawesi Curl came back to life last year.
Activity of the volcano was resumed on Friday with two strong eruptions and continued today on Saturday.
Residents were on alert, but evacuation is not planned yet. The nearest village is outside the danger zone for about 2.5 km (1.5 miles) from the crater. Continue reading “The volcano is spewing ash and smoke Curl in Indonesia”
From today the residents could watch an unusual picture of Lokbatana nad village hang huge red glare. It was peacefully dremavsij dosele self-titled volcano, one of the largest mud volcanoes in the world.
As the power of Garadagh district, there is no danger for the inhabitants of the village of volcanic eruption is not responsible, as it is some distance from residential areas. “In principle, there is nothing unusual in the intensifying eruption Lokbatan. From time to time he “comes alive” because it is the most active mud volcano in the world, it is even referred to as “the world record holder,” stated in the administration area. Continue reading “In the suburbs of Baku on awakened mud volcano Lokbatan”
The northernmost active volcano of Kamchatka – Shiveluch emitted a column of ash to a height of 8km, reports RIA Novosti , citing a representative of the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology. As a result of the activation in the dome of the volcano formed cleft depth of about 30 meters. For settlements Shiveluch eruption no danger, but plumes dangerous to aviation. Continue reading “Kamchatka volcano ejects ash to a height of 8km!”
The northernmost active volcano of Kamchatka – Shiveluch emitted a column of ash to a height of 8 km, told RIA Novosti the Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.
Increased activity of Shiveluch volcano, whose height is about 3.3 thousand meters above sea level, was launched in May 2009. In the dome of the volcano is a normal eruption formed cleft depth of about 30 meters. For settlements eruption no danger, but plumes pose a serious threat to aviation. Continue reading “Shiveluch in Kamchatka ejects ash column to a height of up to 8 km”
Lava from volcanic crater of Kilauea in Hawaii, it follows in the Pacific Ocean at dawn time July 2, Volcano.
A bit like witchcraft or mysticism. Just a battle of psychics, or to look, magicians or sorcerers high level ..
Tens of thousands of tourists of the park comes here every week to enjoy this mystical spectacle – volcano Kilauea, which has already lasted for over a quarter century. But some of these people live side by side with the boiling lava every day. This extreme lovers or just used?
Stepped up the volcano in Iceland, clouds of dust rose to a height of 8.9 kilometers.
According to the officer, University of Iceland Magnus Gudmundsson, thanks to the wind improved the researchers got a real opportunity for the first time in the last 7 days to evaluate the situation from the air.
After assessing how much ice had melted due to the eruption, will be easier to determine what time will still be erupting volcano. A cloud of volcanic ash that covers the northern and central part of Europe formed as a result of rapid cooling of magma melting ice, the Itar-Tass.
Continue reading “Icelandic volcano eruption began with new vigor”