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EXTREMELY HOT DOME

Lava dome extremely hot inside La Soufriere volcano La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent and the Grenadines. Photo credit: NEMO Share to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to LinkedInShare to WhatsAppShare to MessengerShare to EmailShare to TelegramShare to More Appeals continue to…

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THE POSSIBILITIES OF AN EXPLOSIVE ERUPTION

THIS IS A RE-POST Explosive Eruption Of St Vincent’s La Soufriere Volcano May Occur The Caribbean Island Of St Vincent and the Grenadines Is Preparing For Three Different Scenarios As It Pertains To La Soufriere Volcano.   Following the sampling…

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The Hazards Of La Soufriere’s Volcanic Gases

  Burnt vegetation on the Leeward flanks of the La Soufrière Volcano, St Vincent as acidic gases affects the area. (TTWC/Lennon Lampkin) Present La Soufrière Alert Level: ORANGE There is a highly elevated level of seismic and/or fumarolic activity or other…

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SVG RECORDED IT’S SECOND COVID-19 DEATH

80-year-old male is SVG’s second Covid-19 fatality An 80-year-old man is the second person in St Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) to die of Covid-19. The National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) said today that the man was admitted to the…

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LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 17

LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 17 1. There is NO ‘explosive’ eruption at the La Soufrière volcano at this time. La Soufrière continues to have effusive eruptions, as hot magma reaches the surface at extreme temperatures. This appears in the night…

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FLY OVER 01/17/2021

Scientist fly over the volcano earlier. The report will be out later.   Average Rating 0 out of 5 stars. 0 votes.You must log in to submit a review.

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LA SOUFRIERE UPDATE – NEW CRACKS, GAS EMISSIONS FORM

#LaSoufriere Volcano Latest: – New dome is 3/4 height of the 1979 dome – New cracks in crater, 1979 dome develop with both emitting gases – Extensive damage to vegetation due to acidic gases. – No evacuation in effect, Alert…

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THE GROWTH OF THE DOME

22 days – from flat floor to a dome 340m (L) X 160m (W) X 90m (H)   Average Rating 0 out of 5 stars. 0 votes.You must log in to submit a review.

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21 DAYS PROGRESS OF DOME

It has been 21 days since the eruption of #LaSoufriere began in St Vincent. Since then, the new lava dome has grown to a length of 340 meters, a width of 160 meters, & a height of 90 meters as…

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More photos circulating on social media of #LaSoufriere‘s incandescent lava dome seen from the leeward side of St. Vincent on Saturday night. Reiterating: No explosive eruption ongoing. No evacuation orders in effect. The dome is glowing, what is termed incandescent,…

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