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Short-lived eruption at Cleveland volcano, Alaska

A short-lived explosion was detected in seismic and infrasound data at Cleveland volcano at 03:38 UTC on May 17, 2017. The increase in seismicity lasted about 10 minutes. The ash cloud was observed in satellite data drifting to the southwest for approximately 5...

May 18, 2017


Low-level eruption at Cleveland volcano continues

According to latest activity report by Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO), low-level eruption at Cleveland volcano continues. New explosions were detected at 07:23 UTC and 16:00 UTC on May 6, 2013 by the Okmok network, 120 km (80 mi) to the northeast. Overall

May 08, 2013


A continuous low-level eruption recorded at Cleveland volcano on Aleutian Islands

The current eruption of Cleveland Volcano, which began with an explosion on May 4, 2013, has transitioned into a continuous low-level eruption. The activity is characterized by long duration airwave signals measured on the nearby Okmok seismic network, 120 km (80

May 05, 2013

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Cleveland volcano, Alaska - authorities say sudden eruptions could occur at any time

The warning level for a remote Alaska volcano has been raised after a new lava dome began forming, indicating the mountain could explode and send up an ash cloud that could threaten aircraft. The Alaska Volcano Observatory elevated the aviation color code status for

February 01, 2012

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Scientists fear of Cleveland eruption

A thermal anomaly was observed in satellite data over the past day, which is consistent with continued growth of the lava dome. No ash emissions have been observed during this current eruptive episode that began in mid-July 2011. No other new reports have been received

September 19, 2011