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Tópico em 'Sismologia e Vulcanismo' iniciado por Miguel96 5 Jan 2016 às 14:27.
Etna entrou em erupção esta manhã...
Dois sismos fortes no vulcão Bardarbunga, Islândia
20.05.2016 07:17:53 64.665 -17.450 8.9 km 3.3 99.0 4.6 km NE of Bárðarbunga
20.05.2016 07:11:45 64.666 -17.407 6.1 km 4.4 99.0 6.4 km ENE of Bárðarbunga
Vulcão Turrialba (Costa Rica), no dia 19 deste mês.
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Gregor Peter @L0gg0l 16m16 minutes ago
Two killed after Mount Sinabung erupts in Indonesia triggering ash fall on nearby village (via @resppb)
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Deadly Mount Sinabung volcano in Indonesia erupts
THREE people have died and four others were critically injured after a highly active volcano in western Indonesia erupted violently, shooting hot ash and gases into the atmosphere, an official said.
“Seven people were exposed to the hot clouds, killing three and leaving four others in a critical condition,” he said in a statement, adding the injured had been taken to hospital.
Several houses were also destroyed during the eruptions, which sent hot gases and columns of ash three kilometres into the sky, he added.
The victims were farming within the “red zone”, an area four kilometres from the volcano declared off limits by government authorities for safety reasons.
Foto Reportagem do vulcão Sinabung (Indonésia)
Pequeno resumo do vulcão Sinabung
Bárðarbunga Volcano Trembles
BY VALA HAFSTAD
NATURE & TRAVEL
about 20 hours agoUpdated: May 24, 2016 13:41
From the vicinity of Bárðarbunga. Photo: Matthew J. Roberts/Icelandic Met Office.
An earthquake of magnitude 3.4 registered 6 km east-south-east of Bárðarbunga volcano at 5:37 yesterday, mbl.is reports. Only a week ago, the volcano made headlines with the largest earthquake since the end of the Holuhraun eruption in February of last year. That earthquake was of magnitude 4.4.
A total of 45 earthquakes in excess of magnitude 3 have registered in the area since February, 2015.
Scientists do not believe the tremors to foreshadow an eruption.
Bárðarbunga is located under the ice cap of Vatnajökull glacier. A small eruption there in August of 2014 was followed by the Holuhraun eruption nearby, which produced more lava than most volcanic eruptions in the history of Iceland.
Iceland’s Hekla volcano “ready to blow”
A Hekla eruption. Photo: Iceland Monitor/Rax
A geophysics professor from the University of Iceland has warned people not to travel up Hekla volcano in South Iceland as it could erupt at any moment.
As reported by Icelandic news website visir.is (link in Icelandic), Hekla erupted regularly ever ten years or so from 1970 to 2000 – but has now been silent for sixteen years.
According to Professor Páll Einarsson, pressure readings within the famous volcano are now higher than before the last two previous eruptions – meaning it could blow with little warning.
20.06.2016 15:04:09 64.001 -19.620 9.6 km 1.1 99.0 2.6 km ENE of Hekla
Vulcão Bardarbunga com vários sismos grandes hoje:
25.06.2016 13:45:01 64.674 -17.528 3.6 km 3.9 99.0 3.8 km N of Bárðarbunga
25.06.2016 13:18:57 64.667 -17.508 4.6 km 3.2 99.0 3.1 km NNE of Bárðarbunga
25.06.2016 13:17:14 64.670 -17.537 2.2 km 4.0 99.0 3.4 km N of Bárðarbunga
25.06.2016 07:19:44 64.625 -17.469 7.9 km 3.5 99.0 3.3 km ESE of Bárðarbunga