Tuesday, 16 March 2021 “We’ve never seen so much seismic activity!” The Fagradalsfjall mountain in Iceland approaches almost 50,000 earthquakes since late February as tons of Sulfur Dioxide is being released into the atmosphere: Philippines colossus Taal volcano on the verge of eruption
A new eruption of the Sinabung volcano in Indonesia:
The volcano on the island of Sumatra projected smoke and ash up to 1,000 meters high, which travelled up to 3 km to the southeast, according to the Indonesian Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation Center. Villagers were advised to stay at least 3km away from the crater.
The alert is maintained at the second-highest level as authorities are closely monitoring the volcano after sensors have detected increased activity in recent weeks. The 2,600-meter mountain has been showing intense activity since last year. In recent years, around 30,000 people have been forced to leave their homes in the area around Sinabung. Sinabung is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia, the country is subject to earthquake shocks due to its location on the Pacific "Belt of Fire", an arc of volcanoes and fault lines that surround the Pacific Basin.
Thursday, 11 March 2021 Update on the Icelandic Fagradalsfjall volcano activity: Expansion of the magma dyke is resulting in strong earthquake activity: Earthquakes are happening at the rate of 1 to 5 or more earthquakes every minute. Since 24-February-2021 over 34.000 earthquakes have been recorded by Icelandic Met Office.
Monday, 8 March 2021 Volcano activity is just as impressive as the record-breaking number of major quakes in the first 67 days of 2021. Yesterday 49 volcanoes around the world were erupting or showing signs of activity with Europes largest colossus Etna once again exploding
Sunday, 7 March 2021 Eruption imminent? Fagradalsfjall volcano activity in Iceland; 3300 earthquakes have been recorded during the last 48 hours with a further 20,000 in the last week; there remains a high risk of strong earthquake activity with magnitudes between M6,0 to M6,5 because of crustal stress changes
Saturday, 27 February 2021 Mount Sinabung volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra spews ash 1,500 meters into the sky. 43 volcanoes are erupting worldwide or showing signs of activity as 2021's uptick in seismic and volcanic activity continues.
Mount Sinabung volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted on Thursday, spewing ash clouds as high as 1,500 meters into the sky. The Mount Sinabung observation post's head Armen Putra said that the eruption lasted about three minutes. There were no reports of any casualties or damages. The current alert status of the volcano with an altitude of 2,460 meters above the sea surface is at level 3 of the country's four-tiered alert system. Mount Sinabung has been rumbling since 2010, and in 2016 it underwent a deadly eruption with nine locals killed in the disaster.
As of yesterday 43 volcanoes around were erupting or showing signs of activity as 2021's uptick in seismic and volcanic activity continues.
Wednesday, 24 February 2021 Spectacular eruptions of red lava from Mount Etna on the Italian island of Sicily, continued overnight from Monday into Tuesday, illuminating the night sky with ash and lava fountains soaring 1,500 metres high
Spectacular eruptions of red lava from Mount Etna, on the Italian island of Sicily, continued overnight from Monday into Tuesday, illuminating the night sky.
The volcano’s lava fountains soared to 1,500 metres, according to the Etna Observatory at Italy's National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanology.
There are currently 28 volcanoes erupting around the world at this moment and 25 of them are in the Pacific Ring Of Fire. 2021 has seen an impressive uptick in seismic and volcanic activity.
Thursday, 18 February 2021 Second spectacular eruption within 48 hours lights the Sicilian night sky as Europes largest volcano as Mount Etna spews ash and gas 2000 metres into the Italian sky cancelling flights to and from Sicily. (Spectacular Videos)
Guatemalan rescue services reported that the Fuego volcano, located 50km away from the capital city of Guatemala, has started to erupt, Prensa Libre newspaper report says. Lava flows reach up to 1.5 km long, and a column of ash rises above the volcano, spreading up to 5 km away, the report says. There were no reports of evacuation yet. Last time, Fuego erupted on June 3, 2018, which led to deaths of over 200 people.
Just down the road from the Fuego volcano, authorities at the Pacaya Volcano have issued an Ash Advisory as explosive activity continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Washington warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 12000 ft (3700 m) altitude or flight level 120.
Wednesday, 27 January 2021 Merapi Volcano blows a volcanic ash plume to an estimated 40000 ft (12200 m) altitude releasing its biggest lava flow since the Indonesian authorities raised the danger level back in November 2020: Europe's most active and largest volcano, Mount Etna remains highly active
Monday, 25 January 2021 Strong activity is recorded at the Klyuchevskoy volcano in Kamchatka, the world's largest and most active stratovolcano: Increased lava effusion from the summit leads to glowing avalanches on the SW flank and ash flows (pyroclastic flows) with tall ash plumes rising several kilometres.
Time-lapse of strong activity at Klyuchevskoy volcano in Kamchatka, the world's largest and most active stratovolcano, today 24 Jan 2021: increased lava effusion from the summit leads to glowing avalanches on the SW flank that trigger massive block and ash flows (pyroclastic flows) with tall ash plumes rising several kilometres.
Kamchatka's activity continues the impressive start to 2021 regarding volcanic and seismic activity, so far 2021 has recorded 12 major quakes, the highest number at this date since 2009 at this precise moment 43 volcanoes around the world are erupting or showing signs of activity, with 40 of them around the Pacific Ring Of Fire.
Sunday, 24 January 2021 Scientists have speculated that Etna may set off deadly tsunamis alongside the coast of Italy and Sicily if the enormous volcano slides into the Mediterranean sea after Europes biggest active volcano has suffered a dramatic rupture after a "new cut-up" opened
Sunday, 24 January 2021 A magnitude 7.0 quake, rocks the South Shetland Islands causing panic in Chile with a mistaken tsunami warning: 12th major quake of 2021 highest no since 2009: 45 volcanoes active, 40 along The Pacific Ring Of Fire!
Friday, 22 January 2021 Here's another! Mexico's colossus and most active volcano blow ash and gas emissions 23,000ft into the sky: The Eruption continues an impressive start to 2021 concerning volcanic and seismic activity in and around The Pacific Ring Of Fire with 11 major quakes, mag 6 or higher and a plethora of volcanoes erupting or showing activity in the first 3 weeks of 2021.
Wednesday, 20 January 2021 Europes biggest colossus Mount Etna blows out of the relatively new crater on the southeastern slope of the ionic volcano spewing out "sporadic bursts" of lava and ash plumes: A very impressive 38 volcanoes around the world are at this moment erupting or showing activity (Video)
Tuesday, 19 January 2021 The 10th major quake of 2021 a Mag 6.4 rocks San Juan, Argentina, the 9th major quake to hit the Pacific Ring Of Fire this year: Death toll from Indonesia’s Sulawesi quake last week at 84 people and 30,000 displaced: 29 Volcano eruptions ongoing
Sunday, 17 January 2021 Spare a thought for Indonesia! Mount Semeru, on the most densely populated island of Java, spews hot clouds 4.5 kilometres high with another 9 volcanoes erupting or showing activity and 56 dead and hundreds injured from recent quake and a further 33 dead from flood disasters
Saturday, 16 January 2021 January's impressive volcanic activity continues with 28 volcanoes worldwide currently erupting with 22 of them along the Pacific Ring Of Fire: Ones to watch Fuego volcano, Klyuchevskoy, Popocatépetl, Semeru, Reventador, Sangay, Sabancaya, Suwanose-Jima
January's impressive volcanic activity continues with 28 volcanoes worldwide currently erupting with 22 of them along the Pacific Ring Of Fire.
Volcanoes Today, 16 Jan 2021: Fuego volcano, Klyuchevskoy, Popocatépetl, Semeru, Reventador, Sangay, Sabancaya, Suwanose-jima.
Friday, 15 January 2021 Pacific Ring Of Fire Rattles Indonesia: 36 dead 100's injured as a mag 6.2 rocks Sulawesi island after a mag 5.9 foreshock: The 9th major quake to strike the planet in the first two weeks of 2021, with 8 of them hitting around The Pacific Ring: a total of 26 volcanoes erupting at this moment 21 of them in the Ring of Fire
Tuesday, 12 January 2021 2021's impressive start continues with its first major quake, (mag 6 or higher) outside The Pacific Ring Of Fire with a powerful shallow magnitude 6.7 - 33 km SSW of Turt, Mongolia. 23 volcanoes erupting worldwide with 17 of them around The Pacific Ring Of Fire
Sunday, 10 January 2021 The Pacific Ring Of Fire continued it's 2021 impressive explosion with two more major quakes this morning bringing the total to seven in just the first ten days of 2021 along with an equally impressive number of volcano eruptions.
Saturday, 9 January 2021 2021's impressive volcano eruption uptick continues! An eruption has produced two lava flows from vents on the northern flanks, currently about 50 m and 200 m long at the Pacaya volcano in Guatemala
The effusive-explosive eruption of the Pacaya volcano in Guatemala has been increasing during the past days confirmed by the INSIVUMEH volcano observatory.A new effusive eruption has been producing two lava flows that started to descend slowly from vents on the northern flanks, currently about 50 m and 200 m long. New vents are eruptive fissures.
Friday, 8 January 2021 The 4th and 5th major quakes of 2021 rocked the Kermadec Islands and Vanuatu in the South Pacific: All five major quakes this year have happened around the Pacific Ring Of Fire as well as more than 20 volcanoes erupting or showing activity there too
2021 has the Pacific Ring Of Fire shaking! Two more major quakes, mag 6 or higher have struck the area through the night. A powerful magnitude 6.3 shook the Kermadec Islands, north of New Zealand, the second major quake to strike the islands in the last 48 hours and a magnitude 6.1 rocked Vanuatu in the South Pacific earlier in the night.
The two quakes bring the total of major quakes, mag 6 or higher to 5 in the early days of 2021 which is a very impressive start to the year.
While the quake activity is impressive, well so the volcanic activity with more than 20 volcanoes erupting or showing activity around the Ring Of Fire.
Mount Merapi and Sinabung volcano erupt and a powerful (M6.1) rocks Indonesia in the last 24 hours along with 2 more major quakes showing a 2021 uptick of seismic and volcanic activity along the Pacific Ring Of Fire
7 Jan 2021
Indonesia's Mount Merapi volcano spewed avalanches of hot clouds Thursday morning as more than 500 residents were evacuated from its fertile slopes. The fog was covering the volcano at the time, so the distance the pyroclastic clouds spread was not visually observed. The amplitude record and seismic recording data from the Geological Disaster Technology Research and Development Center estimated the hot clouds spread less than 1 kilometer (0.6 miles) from the crater.
Local authorities on Thursday evacuated more than 500 people living on the mountain in Magelang district on Java Island.
BOOM! A series of eruptions have occurred from one of the worlds most active volcanoes. Mount Sinabung volcano (Indonesia) eruption generated ash plumes that rose to an estimated 10,000 ft-12,000 ft (3,000 m-3,600 m) altitude
100,000 residents of two eastern Caribbean islands have been advised to evacuate their homes after volcanoes that have been quiet for decades came to life: Scientists have said that the simultaneous increase in La Soufriere and Mount Pelee activity is unrelated.
6 Jan 2021
Residents of two eastern Caribbean islands have been advised to evacuate their homes after volcanoes that have been quiet for decades came to life. Officials issued alerts in the island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, home to more than 100,000 people, as scientists scrambled to study the renewed activity. The government raised the alert level to orange for La Soufriere volcano, indicating it could erupt within 24 hours and recommended that people living nearby leave their homes immediately.
CASTRIES, St. Lucia (Reuters) - Residents of the eastern Caribbean island chain of St. Vincent and the Grenadines were advised to evacuate their homes on Thursday after a volcano, dormant for decades, came back to life and began spewing ash. The government raised the alert level to orange for the volcano La Soufriere, indicating that it could erupt within 24 hours, and recommended people who live nearby should leave their homes immediately.