Major lava flow started at Stromboli volcano, Italy

Major lava flow started at Stromboli volcano, Italy

A major lava flow started today, August 7, 2014, at Stromboli volcano, Italy. A new vent opened at 05:16 UTC at the NE base of Sciara del Fuoco scarp, lava quickly covered the entire plateau and descended.INGV Catania reports that in a short time lava flo

New lava flows observed on the Sciara del Fuoco, Stromboli volcano – Italy

New lava flows observed on the Sciara del Fuoco, Stromboli volcano – Italy

Two new lava overflows occurred from the NE vent of Stromboli volcano – Aeolian Islands, Italy, last evening and this morning, July 10, 2014.Similar as during the previous episodes, the flows were the result of surges in magma supply, quickly descended the upper pa

Elevated activity continues at Stromboli volcano, Italy

Elevated activity continues at Stromboli volcano, Italy

A sharp increase in Strombolian activity was observed from all of the craters of Stromboli volcano, Eolian Islands – Italy, on June 22, 2014. The activity still remains elevated. A high level of magma causes continuous spattering and many strombolian eruptions

New eruption at Etna volcano in Italy – 11th paroxysm this year

New eruption at Etna volcano in Italy – 11th paroxysm this year

The new, 11th paroxysm from the Etna's New SE crater occurred on April 18, 2013 with lava fountains, a lava flow directed into the Valle del Bove, and a column of ash and lapilli that expanded south-southwestward. The phase of lava fountaining was

Extremely strong activity at Stromboli volcano in Italy

Extremely strong activity at Stromboli volcano in Italy

During most of August and up to today, Stromboli’s activity has been at some of its highest levels observed in recent decades. Protagonist has been the NE crater, which has been continuing to produce powerful lava bubbles. Ejections of incandescent lava bombs often

Spectacular eruption of Mt.Etna – twelfth time this year

Spectacular eruption of Mt.Etna – twelfth time this year

The Mount Etna volcano in Sicily, Italy, erupted for the twelfth time this year on Monday.Throughout 2011, activity at Sicily’s Mount Etna has been characterised by paroxysms: short, violent bursts of activity. Each event has included volcanic tremors, ash

More activity at Mt. Etna

More activity at Mt. Etna

New Southeast Crater of Etna produced its tenth paroxysmal eruptive episode of the year during the forenoon of 12 August 2011. This event was, in its main characteristics, a repetition of its predecessors, with the emission of a lava flow toward the Valle del Bove,

New paroxysm at Mount Etna

New paroxysm at Mount Etna

Throughout 2011, activity at Sicily’s Mount Etna has been characterized by paroxysms: short, violent bursts of activity. Each event has included volcanic tremors, ash emissions, and lava flows centered around the New Southeast Crater, just below the summit.On