Shiveluch: seven-kilometre emission reported 24 March 2010Posted by admin in activity reports, Kamchatka, Russia, Shiveluch.
Tags: Kamchatka, Russia, Shiveluch, volcanic activity reports
Reports from Russia say that the Kamchatkan volcano Shiveluch has produced an ash emission to an estimated altitude (based on seismic data) of 7 km. KVERT reports that the ash plume was associated with a ‘shallow seismic event’ lasting four minutes. No ashfall on nearby settlements has been reported, and KVERT says that this event poses no danger to local communities.
No volcanic ash advisory has been issued by Tokyo VAAC for this event.
[Thanks to A.S. for providing a précis of the Russian news articles below.]
Kamchatkan volcano belches out ash to 7 km above sea level – ITAR-TASS, 24 March 2010
Вулкан Шивелуч выбросил столб пепла на высоту до 7 км – Vesti.ru, 24 March 2010
Камчатский вулкан Шивелуч снова выбросил столб пепла – Pravda, 24 March 2010
Global Volcanism Program: Shiveluch – summary information for Shiveluch (1000-27=)
KVERT: Sheveluch volcano – KVERT (Kamchatka Volcanoes Emergency Response Team) profile for Shiveluch
KVERT: information releases – current activity summary for Kamchatka volcanoes
Alaska Volcano Observatory – Activity – includes AVO reports on Kamchatka volcanoes
Kamchatkan Volcanic Eruption Response Team – KVERT information page from the AVO