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Activity on Nyiragongo, 19 June 2007

Activity on Nyiragongo, 19 June 2007

On June 19, 2007, Mount Nyiragongo released a plume. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite took this picture the same day. In this image, the blue-tinted plume blows over Lake Kivu toward the southeast. The plume’s light color suggests that it consists primarily of water vapor. A bright, opaque white puff at the volcano’s summit could be part of the...
No rating yet08/29/2007676Google Earth Logo

Popocatepetl volcano overlay (3D)

Popocatepetl volcano overlay (3D)

Located about 40 miles (65 km) southeast of Mexico City.The last major eruption of Popocatepetl (pronounced poh-poh-kah-TEH-peh-til) occurred in 800 A.D., in which vast amounts of lava and ash from the volcano completely filled many of the surrounding valleys. Since then, there have been at least five moderate eruptions, two of which occurred in the 1900s. Toward the end of 2000, scientists war...
Rating of 3.2510/30/20051,712Google Earth Logo
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Lava at Sierra Negra overlay

Lava at Sierra Negra overlay

The Sierra Negra Volcano in the Galapagos Islands began erupting on October 22, 2005. In early November, it was still producing ash clouds and lava flows. In fact, Sierra Negra’s lava flow was so hot it could be seen at night—by a thermal infrared satellite sensor, that is.
No rating yet11/06/2005800Google Earth Logo
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Lava Flows on Mt. Etna

Lava Flows on Mt. Etna

Overlay of Etna's activities - Rivers of lava flowing down the flanks of the volcano .
Rating of 2.66666666610/30/2005938Google Earth Logo
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Sunset Crater

Sunset Crater

Sunset Crater is a cinder cone located north of Flagstaff, Arizona in the United States. The crater lies within the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument.

Sunset Crater is the youngest in a string of volcanoes (the San Francisco volcanic field) that is related to the nearby San Francisco Peaks. It first erupted in 1064, and the last major eruption occurred in 1180, raising the ...
Rating of 3.33333333312/23/20061,201Google Earth Logo
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Laki Volcano

Laki Volcano

Laki or Lakagígar (Craters of Laki) is a volcanic fissure situated in the south of Iceland, not far from the canyon of Eldgjá and the small town Kirkjubæjarklaustur, in Skaftafell National Park.

Laki is part of a volcanic system, centering on the Grímsvötn volcano and including the Eldgjá canyon and Katla volcano, and lies between the glaciers of Mýrdalsjökull and Vatnajökull, in...
No rating yet07/26/2009633Google Earth Logo
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Paricutin volcano

Paricutin volcano

Parícutin (or Volcán de Parícutin, also accented Paricutín) is a cinder cone volcano in the Mexican state of Michoacán, close to a lava-covered village of the same name. It appears on many versions of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Paricutín is part of the Michoacán-Guanajuato Volcanic Field, which covers much of west central Mexico.

The volcano began as a fissure in a cornfield ...

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Volcanic Plume from Mount Semeru, Java, 3 May 2007

Volcanic Plume from Mount Semeru, Java, 3 May 2007

On the Island of Java, Indonesia, Mount Semeru released a volcanic plume on May 3, 2007. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra took this picture the same day. This image shows the opaque, gray-beige plume blowing toward the west over the island of Java. Scattered around the volcano are bright white clouds.

Semeru is a stratovolcano composed of ...
No rating yet08/29/2007681Google Earth Logo

Wolf Volcano

Wolf Volcano

Wolf, the highest volcano of the Galápagos Islands, straddles the equator at the north end of the archipelago's largest island, Isabela. The 1710-m-high Volcán Wolf has steeper slopes than most other Isabela volcanoes, reaching angles up to 35 degrees. A 6 x 7 km caldera, at 700 m one of the deepest of the Galápagos Islands, is located at the volcano's summit. A prominent bench on the west side...
Rating of 210/27/20061,386Google Earth Logo
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Tungurahua Volcano eruption

Tungurahua Volcano eruption

QUITO, Ecuador -- A volcanic eruption in Ecuador's Andes mountains killed at least one person and left more than 60 others missing, the mayor of a village on the volcano's slope said Thursday.

One man's body was recovered after the overnight eruption of lava from Tungurahua, in the country's high Andes, Penipe Mayor Juan Salazar said.

"There are another four ...
Rating of 3.7508/17/20061,462Google Earth Logo
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Barcena Volcano on Isla San Benedicto

Barcena Volcano on Isla San Benedicto

Volcán Bárcena, formed by eruptions during 1952-53, is the most prominent feature of Isla San Benedicto, the NE-most of the Revillagigedo Islands, 350 km south of the tip of Baja California. San Benedicto island, elongated in a NE-SW direction, contains a series of Pleistocene trachytic lava domes at the north end. The southern end of the 4.5-km-long island is formed by Bárcena and Montículo Ci...
No rating yet09/12/2006992Google Earth Logo
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Fernandina Island, Galapagos (overlay)

Fernandina Island, Galapagos (overlay)

Fernandina, also known as Narborough Island, consists of a single large volcano, which rises to an elevation of 4500 feet (1400 m). It is probably the youngest volcano in the archipelago and is certainly the most active, erupting every few years, most recently in 1988, 1991, and 1995 which produced a large lava flow from a vent on the west flank.
Rating of 3.511/02/2005824Google Earth Logo
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