Largest VT Earthquake Recorded Today Magnitude of 3.9, 9 Others Over 3.0. The new swarm of Volcano-Tectonic (VT) earthquakes which began at the La Soufrière Volcano at 6:38 am today continued at a fairly constant rate before starting to decline at about 2:00 p.m. Activities declined significantly at 4:00 p.m. although small...
Jun 03, 2021 · Soufrière St. Vincent volcano: eruption news and activity updates latest (Apr-Jul 2021) | Jan-Mar 2021 | 2020 Soufrière St. Vincent volcano (St. Vincent Island, West Indies): new images of 2021 crater area and western flanks
Jun 03, 2021 · Soufrière St. Vincent volcano (St. Vincent Island, West Indies): latest image reveals 2021 crater. A remarkable aerial image, taken on 29 May, depicts a new crater formed after the series of massive explosions during April this year. The crater is located next to 1812 crater as can be seen in the attached image.
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Jun 03, 2021 · Soufrière St. Vincent volcano (St. Vincent Island, West Indies): latest image reveals 2021 crater A remarkable aerial image, taken on 29 May, depicts a new crater formed after the series of massive explosions during April this year. ...
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Jul 06, 2021 · The La Soufrière Volcano began explosively erupting at 8:41 AM on April 9th, 2021, with explosive eruptions concluding on April 22nd. Ashfall has affected several Windward Islands, including St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and Barbados. The La Soufrière Volcano has produced dangerous pyroclastic flows and lahars.
Apr 23, 2021 · Soufrière St. Vincent volcano update: vigorous eruption yesterday. The explosive eruption of the volcano continues. After 90 hours since the last eruption, another spectacular vulcanian explosion occurred at 11:08 local time yesterday. An increasingly large dense ash plume rose nearly to troposphere boundary up to 9,1 km altitude.
Apr 19, 2021 · The explosive eruption of the volcano continues. After more than 2 days since Friday's eruption, another strong explosive episode from the volcano's summit crater occurred yesterday. A major explosion started around 16:49 local time. A typical tall and dense ash plume rose to estimated 3 km altitude and drifted south and west.
Apr 29, 2021 · La Soufriere volcano is “quiet” but secondary hazards like lahar (mudflow), caused by heavy overnight and early morning rains, are posing a new kind of danger to the people of St Vincent and ...