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Seismicity increasing at Shinmoedake volcano, alert level raised

5 октября 2017 No comments

Seismicity increasing at Shinmoedake volcano, alert level raised The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has raised the alert level for the Shinmoedake volcano, part of the Kirishimayama volcanic group in Kyushu, Japan, from 1 to 2 on October 5, 2017. The increase in volcanic earthquakes under the volcano was first detected on... Read more...

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September 2017: most active month on record in terms of Atlantic tropical cyclone ACE

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September 2017: most active month on record in terms of Atlantic tropical cyclone ACE The North Atlantic basin was extremely active in September 2017. Four tropical cyclones formed, all of which became hurricanes, and three of those four became major hurricanes, NWS National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida said in their Monthly Tropical Weather... Read more...

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Impressive eruption of Popocatépetl volcano, Mexico

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An impressive eruption took place at Mexico's Popocatépetl volcano at 07:26 UTC (02:26 local time) today. The eruption ejected incandescent fragments up to 600 m (1 968 feet) from the crater an generated a column of ash that reached a height of about 2... Read more...

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The Weekly Volcanic Activity Report: September 27 – October 3, 2017

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New activity/unrest was reported for 3 volcanoes between September 27 and October 3, 2017. During the same period, ongoing activity was reported for 16 volcanoes. New activity/unrest: Agung, Bali (Indonesia) | Ambrym, Vanuatu | Aoba, Vanuatu. Ongoing activity: Aira,... Read more...

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Deadly floods hit Mexico’s Tamaulipas, 18 000 affected

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Deadly floods hit Mexico's Tamaulipas, 18 000 affected Since September 26, 2017, Mexico has been affected by severe rainstorms, causing flooding in the state of Tamaulipas, affecting numerous cities, including Altamira, Nuevo Laredo, and Tampico. At least 18 000 people in the Tamaulipas state were affected. Residents of... Read more...

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