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LA SOUFRIERE NEW LOOK

This satellite radar image from Capella Space, was acquired on 14 April 2021 and shows changes to the La Soufriere volcano on St Vincent. Dr Adam Stinton Montserrat Volcano Observatory provided the following explanation. In the middle of the image…

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BEFORE AND AFTER

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MONDAY EVENING

Rabacca Dry River The volcano continues to erupt explosively and has now begun to generate pyroclastic density currents. Explosions and accompanying ashfall, of similar or larger magnitude, are likely to continue to occur over the next few days. Average Rating…

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PYROCLASTIC FLOWS COULD WIPE OUT NORTHERN VILLAGES

RE-POST Kingstown, St. Vincent: Pyroclastic flows from the La Soufriere volcano eruption could wipe out settlements in the Red Zone. According to the US Geological Survey, Pyroclastic flows contain a high-density mix of hot lava blocks, pumice, ash and volcanic gas. They move at very high…

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LA SOUFRIÈRE SCIENTIFIC UPDATE,

La Soufriere Eruption SCIENTIFIC UPDATE, 1. Seismic activity at La Soufrière, St Vincent continued the pattern that began yesterday. 2. The seismic network recorded short episodes of high-amplitude seismic tremor, each lasting around 20 minutes and with gaps between them…

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CONSTRAST TO 1902 ERUPTION

THIS IS S RE-POST Explosive Eruptions Continue At La Soufriere Volcano On The Caribbean Island Of St Vincent  (By Ernesto Cooke) – In addition to the ash fall, there is now evidence that pyroclastic flows are occurring with La Soufriere’s eruptions….

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EARLY MORNING

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THE IMPACT OF VOLCANIC ASH FALL

9April. Venturing out to Richmond for observations after 1st explosive eruption. Looking upriver with the volcano obscured by ash. Photo credit: Thomas Christopher, MVO/UWI-SRC. 9 April. Venturing out to Richmond for observations after 1st explosive eruption. Looking upriver with the…

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LA SOUFRIERE ERUPTION SCIENTIFIC UPDATE

La Soufriere Eruption Scientific Update 1. In the last twelve hours episodes of tremor normally lasting up to 20 minutes have continued to be recorded. 2. The intervals between the tremors have been between 1.5 to 3 hours. 3. Based…

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LA SOUFRIERE ERUPTIONSCIENTIFIC UPDATE

La Soufriere Eruption Scientific Update10/04/21 6pm 1. Following the gradual decline of near-continuous seismic tremor at La Soufrière, St Vincent, the seismic network started to record banded tremor from about 3:30 am onwards on 10 April. 2. Banded tremor is…

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