Submarine eruption continues at Kavachi volcano in the Solomon Islands since it entered the current eruptive phase in October 2021.
A new phreatic eruption was detected by the Bulusan Volcano Network at 20:37 UTC on June 11, 2022 (03:37 LT on June 12). The event lasted 18 minutes based on the seismic record but the eruption plume was not visible in camera monitors. Bulusan’s last eruption took place on June 5, forcing PHIVOLCS to raise the Alert Level to 1.
Two new eruptive fissures have opened up at Etna volcano, Italy late June 7, 2022. Lava is being poorly fed and the flow has expanded only by a few tens of meters.
Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano erupted at 05:36 UTC on June 7, 2022, after more than a month of relative quiescence. The Alert Level remains at Yellow, Phase Two (the middle level on a three-color scale).
Anak Krakatau volcano erupted at 06:04 UTC on June 8, 2022, with the height of the ash column observed ± 500 m (1 640 feet) above the peak (± 657 m / 2 155 feet above sea level). The Alert Level remains at 3 and the Aviation Color Code at Orange.
Indonesia’s Napan mud volcano started erupting on June 7, 2022, and was recorded by locals.
A powerful phreatic eruption took place at Bulusan volcano, Philippines at 02:37 UTC (10:37 LT) on June 5, 2022. As a result, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology raised the Alert Level for the volcano from 0 to 1.
IGEPN is reporting an increase in seismicity under Chiles-Cerro Negro volcanic complex, located on the border of Ecuador and Colombia, 24 km (14.9 miles) W of the city of Tulcan and 130 km (80 miles) N of Quito.
New activity/unrest was reported for 4 volcanoes from May 25 to 31, 2022. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 22 volcanoes.
Two new effusive vents have opened up on the flank of Etna’s Southeast Crater on May 29, 2022. The effusive rate is currently low. The Aviation Color Code remains at Orange.