On 10 January Sezione di Catania – Osservatorio Etneo reported that since the morning of 23 December 2012 overflowing lava from vents lying just below the rim of the northernmost explosive vent on Stromboli’s crater terrace generated small lava flows that traveled down the N and NW sectors of the Sciara del Fuoco. In addition, … Continue reading
Etna Volcano…. What’s up?
Sezione di Catania – Osservatorio Etneo reported that during 22 November-early December 2012 weak glow emanated from Etna’s New Southeast Crater (NSEC) caused by the emission of high-temperature gas. The glow was most intense during 1-2 December, then rapidly diminished and reappeared on 24 December. During 25-27 December sporadic and weak ash emissions from NSEC … Continue reading
April 12, 2012 Etna’s paroxysm
April 12, new eruptive paroxysm of the Etna Volcano (24th since January 2011) from New Southeast Crater (New SEC).
Etna’s new eruptive paroxysm
March 18, 2012 – new eruptive paroxysm of the Etna Volcano (22nd since Continue reading
March 4th, new eruptive paroxysm of Etna Volcano (21° since January 2011)
Sunday, March 4, 2012 occurred on the twenty-first Etna’s eruptive paroxysm since early 2011.
February 8th, 2012 new eruptive paroxysm of Etna Volcano
During the night between 8 and 9 February has occurred on the twentieth Etna’s volcanic paroxysm since January 12nd, 2011 (the second from the beginning of 2012) to the crater of South-East.