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.
Extrusive-effusive eruption at Bezymianny volcano, Kamchatka, Russia intensified on May 28, 2022, with intense paroxysmal episode and pyroclastic flows. As a result, KVERT raised the Aviation Color Code to Red at 07:26 UTC. Bezymianny was considered extinct before it started erupting in 1955 (VEI 5).
A strong explosive eruption took place at Stromboli volcano, Italy at 14:11 UTC on May 25, 2022. This is the second eruption at the volcano since May 13.
Residents living near Italy’s Vulcano volcano reported the appearance of discolored water in front of Levante Beach on May 22, 2022. The phenomenon started with the appearance of dark and foul-smelling water that soon turned milky-white, as seen in satellite imagery acquired by Sentinel-2.
A new eruption took place at Bezymianny volcano in Russia at 20:34 UTC on May 23, 2022. According to the Tokyo VAAC, ash is rising up to 5.2 km (17 000 feet) above sea level, drifting NW.
The GeoNet earthquake monitoring network has recorded a small swarm of earthquakes at Lake Taupō, New Zealand over the last 2 to 3 weeks. Lake Taupō is a large caldera volcano, a special type of volcano that has rare but unusually large eruptions.