Articles tagged "pavlof"

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Increased seismicity, alerts raised for Pavlof volcano, Alaska

Seismic activity at Pavlof volcano, Alaska has increased over the past several days, forcing the Alaska Volcano Observatory to raise the Alert Level to Advisory and the Aviation Color Code to Yellow at 20:43 UTC on December 28, 2019. Pavlof is a snow- and...

December 28, 2019

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Small explosion signals at Pavlof volcano, alerts raised, Alaska

Small explosion signals from Pavlof volcano have been detected on the infrasound network located at Sand Point and on the local seismic network on October 19, 2019. It is unknown if the explosions produced any volcanic ash, but their small size suggests any hazard...

October 20, 2019

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Vigorous steam plume at Pavlof volcano, alerts raised, Alaska

Low-frequency seismic tremor and vigorous steam plume have been observed at Pavlof volcano, Alaska over the past 2 days, forcing the Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) to raise the Aviation Color Code and Alert Level to Yellow/Advisory on May 15, 2019. The...

May 16, 2019

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Vigorous steam degassing observed at Pavlof volcano, Aviation Color Code increased to Orange, Alaska

Vigorous steam degassing was observed at Alaska's Pavlof volcano in web camera images from Cold Bay (65 km / 35 miles SW) and Black Hills (35 km / 20 miles NNE) on July 28, 2016. Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) has increased the Aviation Color Code and the...

July 28, 2016

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Increased seismicity at Pavlof, Aviation Color Code raised to Orange, Alaska

At about 18:35 UTC on May 13, 2016, seismic activity at Pavlof volcano increased to levels that are typically associated with minor eruptive activity, Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reports. Based on the change and character of the seismicity, it is possible that...

May 13, 2016

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Abrupt eruption of Pavlof volcano sends ash to 6 km a.s.l., Alaska

Pavlof volcano, located on the southwestern end of the Alaska Peninsula, began erupting abruptly late March 27, 2016, sending an ash cloud to 6 km (20 000 feet) a.s.l. The last time this volcano erupted was in November 2014. As of 00:18 UTC on March 28, ash was...

March 28, 2016

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Pavlof eruption intensifies, ash cloud reaching 9.1 km a.s.l.

The eruption of Pavlof Volcano that began on November 12, 2014 has intensified, Alaska Volcano Observatory reported at 20:35 UTC today. Ash cloud height at 20:00 UTC was estimated at 7 620 meters (25 000 ft) above sea level. Thus, the Aviation Color Code has been raise

November 15, 2014

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Pavlof enters a new phase of eruptive activity, Alaska

According to latest Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) activity update for Pavlof issued 03:57 UTC today, the volcano has entered a new phase of eruptive activity. The Aviation Color Code has been increased to Orange and the Volcano Alert Level to Watch. A ground observer

November 13, 2014

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New eruption of Pavlof volcano, ash up to 6.7km - Alaska

The low-level eruption of Pavlof volcano that started on May 31, 2014, has escalated late on June 2. According to Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO), the seismic tremor increased starting about 23:00 UTC and pilots have recently reported ash clouds to 6.7 km

June 03, 2014

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Another Aleutian volcano erupts - Increasing seismic tremor and steam plume at Veniaminof volcano

AVO reported on June 8, 2013 that over the past two days, they have detected gradually increasing seismic tremor beneath Veniaminof volcano, Alaska. Similar seismic activity has been associated with ash emissions at Veniaminof in the past, most recently in

June 10, 2013

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New activity with ash emissions and lava fountaining at Pavlof volcano, Alaska

Current eruptive episode at Pavlof volcano, Alaska began on May 13, 2013 with ash emissions continuing through May 28, 2013 at which time the volcano remain calm. Activity renewed on June 4, 2013. Such pauses are common during eruptive episodes of Pavlof, which

June 09, 2013

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Eruption of Pavlof volcano seen from space on May 18, 2013

Situated in the Aleutian Arc about 625 miles (1,000 kilometers) southwest of Anchorage, Alaska, Pavlof volcano began erupting on May 13, 2013 and Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) changed its volcanic alert level from Advisory to Watch and aviation color dode from

May 22, 2013

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Ash, gas and steam emissions continue at Pavlof volcano, Alaska

Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reports that seismic tremor, intense elevated surface temperatures, and ash, gas and steam emissions continue at Pavlof volcano. A low-level plume of steam, ash, and gas, occasionally reaching up to 20,000 ft (6 km) above sea

May 21, 2013

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Lava fountaining at Pavlof volcano, Alaska

According to AVO (Alaska Volcano Observatory) Pavlof volcano continues to erupt. Lava fountaining at the summit has been observed and photographed, and a continuous ash, steam, and gas cloud generated by the activity extends downwind from the volcano for 50 to 100 km

May 17, 2013

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Low-level eruption of lava and increased seismic activity at Pavlof volcano

Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) reported increased seismic activity at Pavlof volcano and presence of intense elevated surface temperatures on the morning of May 13, 2013. An intense thermal anomaly at the summit was observed in latest satellite imagery. AVO

May 14, 2013