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Eruption detected at Semisopochnoi volcano, Alaska

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An eruption signature was detected at Semisopochnoi as strong tremor on local seismic and in regional infrasound networks on Adak Island, Alaska Volcano Observatory reported at 10:25 UTC on December 7, 2019. The event started at 09:26 UTC (00:26 AKST) on December 7... Read more...

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Intensification of Strombolian activity at Etna volcano, Italy

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Intensification of Strombolian activity at Etna volcano, Italy Video surveillance cameras show a gradual intensification of Strombolian activity at the New Southeast Crater of Etna volcano, Italy, beginning at 18:00 UTC on December 6, 2019. The activity was already underway at about 16:00 UTC, producing small and discontinuous... Read more...

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New explosive-effusive activity at Nishinoshima volcano, Japan

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New explosive-effusive activity at Nishinoshima volcano, Japan A new explosive-effusive activity is taking place at the Japanese Nishinoshima volcano in the Izu-Bonin Volcanic Arch. Thermal anomalies were detected by satellites and confirmed by Japanese coastguard overflight on December 6. The explosions are currently located... Read more...

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‘Mega-fire’ burns out of control just north of Sydney, Australia

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More than eight bushfires have merged to form a «mega-fire» which is now raging out of control across a swath of land just north of Sydney. Firefighters said it will take weeks to control, but will not be contained without heavy rains.​ The fire is... Read more...

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Tsunami triggered by 2018 Anak Krakatoa eruption reached 100 m (328 feet), new study finds

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Tsunami triggered by 2018 Anak Krakatoa eruption reached 100 m (328 feet), new study finds New research shows that the fatal 2018 volcanic eruption of Anak Krakatoa in Indonesia sent a tsunami at least 328 feet (100 m) high, which could have resulted in widespread devastation had it traveled on another path. The researchers say this study is important for... Read more...

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