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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

AVO reported that cloud cover prevented satellite observations of Cleveland during 13-18 August. The Volcano Alert Level remained at Watch and the Aviation Color Code at Orange. Source: Alaska Volcano Observatory (AVO) – “Reports provided courtesy of the Smithsonian’s Global … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

On 6 August, AVO reported that the thermal anomalies noted at Cleveland’s summit and on the W, S, and SE flanks had decreased in intensity since first noted on 21 July, indicating that the lava flows slowed or stopped. The … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

AVO reported that satellite views of Cleveland were hindered on 23 July due to cloud cover. On 24 July, a low-level ash plume and a strong thermal anomaly were noted near the summit. The thermal anomaly suggested the presence of … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

On 21 July, AVO raised the Volcano Alert Level for Cleveland to Watch and the Aviation Color Code to Orange based on reports from pilots and observers on fishing boats. Reports from fishing boats indicated that an eruption started at … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

On 9 May, AVO reported that an increasing number of thermal anomalies at Cleveland were visible on satellite imagery during the previous two weeks. A small ash plume rose to an altitude of below 4.6 km (15,000 ft) a.s.l. on … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

AVO reported that a weak thermal anomaly and an ash plume from Cleveland were visible on satellite imagery on 29 February. The ash plume rose to an altitude of below 3 km (10,000 ft) a.s.l. The Volcanic Alert Level remained … Continue reading

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Cleveland, Chuginadak Island

AVO reported that a low-level ash plume from Cleveland was visible on satellite imagery and drifted about 300 km SE on 22 February. The Volcanic Alert Level remained at Advisory and the Aviation Color Code remained at Yellow. Source: Alaska … Continue reading

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