New Volcanic Activity And Unrest

The SVERT ( Sakhalin Volcanic Eruption Response Team) is reporting that a thermal anomaly was detected over Snow, the volcano at Chirpoi, during 3-4, 6, and 8th December; cloud cover prevented observations of the volcano on other days during the 2nd – 10th of December.

Chirpoi, is a small island which is lying between the larger islands of Simushir and Urup, and contains a half of dozen volcanic edifices constructed within an 8-9 km wide, partially submerged caldera. The southern rim of the caldera is exposed by Brat Chirpoev Island. Historically both volcanoes

on Chirpoi Island have been active.

Kilauea Hawaii

The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported that on most days the circulating lava lake periodically rose and fell in the deep pit within Kilaua’s Halema’uama’u crater. The measurements indicated that the gas plume from the vent continued to deposit variable amounts of ash, spatter,and Pele’s hair onto nearby areas.

The lava lake briefly overflowed on the 5th of December, and small, short lived lava flows emanated from the spatter cones durting the 7th – 9th of December. Lava flowing from the volcano remained active in two branches on the coastal plain: a small W branch, and a larger E branch with scattered activity extending from the pali to the coast E of Easternmost boundary of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.

KLIUCHEVSKOI Central Kamchatka (Russia)

KVERT (Kamchatkan Volcanic Eruption Response Team) reported that during the 30th of November – 7th of December video footage and satellite imaging showed Strombolian explosions at Kliuchevskoi, along with crater incandescence and gas-and-steam emissions. There was a weak thermal anomoly detected in satellite images during 1 and 4-6 of December, cloud cover obscured views on the other days.

 LANGILA New Britain

Based on the analysis of satellite imagery, the Darwin VAAC reported that an ash plume from Langila rose to a n altitude of 2.1 km (7,000 ft) and drifted 110 km NW on the 5th of December. Elevated sulfur dioxide concentrations were also detected.


Yet another ash plume was detected by VAAC, an ash plume produced an 11,000 ft plume of ash. On December 10th there was a plume that rose to an altitude of 4.3 kim or 14,000 feet.

 PALUWEH Lesser Sunda Islands (Indonesia)

The VAAC reported that on the 6th and 8th of December an ash plume from Paluweh rose to 3.7 km (12,000 ft) a.s.l and drifted 35-75 km NW, W, and SW. Although the volcano rises about 3,000 m above the sea floor, its summit reaches only 875 m above sea level.


According to IG the seismicity at Reventador was high during the 5th and 11th of December and indicated multiple explosions almost daily. Plumes were observed although cloud cover often prevented through visual observations. On the 5th of December a steam plume

rose 1.5 km and rifted NW. The next day a steam and ash plume rose 2 km above teh lava dome and drifted SE. A steam-and-ash plume rose 1 kim on the 8th of December and drifted WSW, towards Chaco. There as an additional steam and-ash plume observed for the 11th of December.

Santa Maria Guatemala

Insivumeh reported that during the 6th and 7th of December an incandescence from Santa Maria’s Santiaguito lava-dome complex was visible, and an explosion generated an ash plume which rose 300 m and drifed E. During the 8th and 11th of December avalanches were produced from the fronts of lava flows on the Se, S, and SW flanks.

You can read more about the volcanic activity by visiting, you can find out more information on the following volcanoes which all show signs of increased activity:

KLIUCHEVSKOI Central Kamchatka (Russia) 

 LANGILA New Britain


PALUWEH Lesser Sunda Islands (Indonesia)



ULAWUN New Britain



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