Articles tagged "klyuchevskoi"


Klyuchevskoy erupts spewing ash up to 11.2 km a.s.l., Aviation Colour Code raised to Red

Klyuchevskoy volcano, located on Russia's Kamchatka peninsula, erupted at 20:30 UTC on September 6, 2016, spewing volcanic ash up to 11.2 km (37 000 feet) above sea level. Ash cloud was moving to the southeast at 9.3 km/h (5.7 mph), the Tokyo VAAC said. In their...

September 07, 2016


Klyuchevskoy erupts sending ash up to 6 km, Russia

Russia's Klyuchevskoy volcano erupted late June 13, 2016, sending a column of smoke and ash high into the sky. At 22:09 UTC, a plume of ash reached an altitude of 5 - 6 km (16 400 - 19 680 feet) above sea level. At of 21:29 UTC, ash plume extended 47 km (29...

June 14, 2016

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Strong explosions at Klyuchevskoy sent ash up to 9 km a.s.l., Russia

Strong explosions at Russia's Klyuchevskoy volcano sent ash up to 9 km (29 527 feet) above sea level around 13:40 UTC on April 23, 2016, KVERT reported today. The Aviation Color Code was raised to Orange. As of 02:28 UTC on April 24, ash cloud continues to drift...

April 24, 2016


Klyuchevskoy reawakens after 12 months of calm period, Russia

Kamchatka's highest and most active volcano, Klyuchevskoy, has reawakened after 12 months of relative calm period. Its last explosive-effusive eruptive episode started on August 15, 2013, and lasted until December 15, 2013. According to data by KB GS RAS, new...

January 06, 2015