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Volcanic activity worldwide 13 Sep 2014: Semeru volcano, Bardarbunga, Kilauea, Santiaguito, Fuego

Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruption continues with little variations. We flew over the fissure and could observe lava fountains still going strong from the main vents on the active fissure. 985 more words

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Volcanoes Today, 11 Sep 2014: Bardarbunga volcano, Karymsky, Sakurajima, Suwanose-jima

Bardarbunga (Iceland): No significant changes have occurred. The eruptive activity at Holuhraun continues at similar levels as during the previous days. Lava fountains were strong from the central vents on the main fissure this morning. 190 more words

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Volcanoes Today, 10 Sep 2014: Bardarbunga volcano, Kilauea, Zhupanovsky, Stromboli, Ubinas

Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): The lava effusion continues at reduced rate, feeding an active flow on the upper part of the Sciara del Fuoco west of the previous main flow. 416 more words

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The Tungurahua volcano erupts in Baños, Ecuador

The Tungurahua volcano erupts in Baños, Ecuador . The volcano remains in “high activity” according to authorities.

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Volcanic activity worldwide 7 Sep 2014: Bardarbunga Volcano, Kilauea, Colima

Bardarbunga (Iceland): The eruptive activity at Holuhraun has not decreased, the Icelandic Met Ofccie writes: “Magma flow is between 100 and 200 m3/s. The lava advances by about 1 km/day and its area yesterday afternoon was around 16 km2. 913 more words

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Volcanoes Today, 3 Sep 2014: Bardarbunga volcano, Kilauea, San Miguel, Stromboli

Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy): No significant changes have occurred. The lava flow(s) erupted from the vent at 650 m elevation on the northern base of the crater continue to be active on the upper part of the Sciara del Fuoco only. 315 more words

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Volcanoes Today, 30 Aug 2014: Bardarbunga volcano, Poas, Rabaul (Tavurvur)

Bardarbunga (Iceland): Two aerial pictures released by the Icelandic Civil Protection showing the eruptive fissure, the spatter ramparts that formed there as well as the new lava flows. 467 more words

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