An explosive sequence at the Stromboli volcano in Italy on January 30, 2023, caused the launch of coarse pyroclastic material at several hundred meters in height and produced an ash cloud that quickly dispersed southward.
Effusive eruption with active lava flow continues at Etna volcano, Italy since November 27, 2022.
Intense explosions and large pyroclastic flows took place at Stromboli volcano, Italy on December 4, 2022, generating a small local tsunami.
A new eruptive fissure event opened at the northeastern base of Etna’s SE crater on November 27, 2022. The vent was first seen at around 17:00 UTC when persistent cloud coverage thinned.
Etna showed signs of increased unrest on November 15, 2022, forcing the Etna Volcano Observatory to raise the Aviation Color Code for the volcano from Green to Yellow. It was lowered back to Green at 10:20 UTC on November 16 after geophysical parameters returned to background levels.
A new lava flow formed on Stromboli volcano, Italy on November 16, 2022. The activity follows major explosive eruptions at the end of September and significant pyroclastic flows in October.
Pyroclastic flows and lava overflow were observed on the Sciara del Fuoco, Stromboli volcano on October 9, 2022.
A major explosion took place at Stromboli volcano, Italy 13:24 UTC on September 29, 2022, from its North crater area.
A series of explosions were registered at Stromboli volcano’s North crater area, starting at 02:56 UTC on July 25, 2022. The strongest explosion took place at 02:56:30 UTC.
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.