The extrusive activity of the Sheveluch volcano in Kamchatka, Russia, shows signs of increasing, and some avalanches create several kilometers long pyroclastic flows and up to 5.1 km (17 000 feet) high ash plumes. The SW sector of the lava dome continues to produce…
Russian Shiveluch volcano erupted at 22:50 UTC on March 3, 2015 sending ash up to 11.2 km (drifting NNE), Tokyo VAAC reported. Aircraft on the North America – Japan routes are advised to avoid the area.The volcano is in an intense phase of activity, characterized by str
A very large explosive event occurred at Russian Shiveluch volcano (Kamchatka) at 00:39 UTC on January 7, 2015. Tokyo VAAC reported volcanic ash at 02:15 UTC rose to an altitude of approximately 9.1 km.KVERT said pyroclastic flow was observed at the SE flank of the
Kamchatkan Shiveluch volcano had another strong eruption at 22:45 UTC on May 26, 2014 and spewed ash up to 10 km into the air, according to KVERT. Volcanic alert level is on orange.Satellite data showed an ash cloud extended up to 850 km (520 miles)
Kamchatkan Shiveluch volcano experienced another strong eruption late on May 12, 2014. Volcanic ash was estimated rising up to 10 km (33 000 ft), Tokyo VAAC reported at 00:02 UTC today.Emissions lasted the whole UTC night. By 14:15 UTC, volcanic ash
Another powerful eruption of Kamchatkan Shiveluch volcano occurred late on February 6 (early morning February 7 in Kamchatka). Tokyo VAAC spoted an ash plume drifting at approximately 9 km (27 000 ft) altitude and more than 300 km northwest of the
A relatively large explosive eruption is currently in progress at Kamchatkan Shiveluch volcano. Following an eruption that started at 22:47 UTC yesterday, an ash plume rose to estimated 4.5 – 5 km (14 760-16 400 ft) altitude and drifted west.
According to the Kamchatkan territorial emergency situations department, Shiveluch volcano erupted Tuesday afternoon, December 2, and spewed ash nine kilometers into the air. The ash cloud streched northwest, bypassing populated areas.
Kamchatkan Kliuchevskoi volcano continues to violently erupt with lava fountains from the summit and lava flows on the flank. Last evening, ash emissions again reached almost 8 – 9 km (30 000 ft) altitude. Current Aviation Color Code is RED – Eruption is
Local Emergencies Ministry department confirmed that Shiveluch volcano, Kamchatka, spewed ash to a height of up to 5 km (3 miles) on Monday, August 5, 2013. The cloud of ash moved in the eastern direction from the volcano bypassing residential areas at