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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that ash emissions and gas plumes from cones inside Llaima’s crater were observed during 30 December-6 January. Source: Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería (SERNAGEOMIN) – “Reports provided courtesy of the Smithsonian’s Global Volcanism Program and the US … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

On 2 September, SERNAGEOMIN reported that clouds had prevented visual observations of Llaima during the previous few days. Explosions were heard during 25-28 August. On 28 August, seismic signals indicated that gas-and-ash plumes were possibly emitted from the pyroclastic cones … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that steam plumes from the pyroclastic cones in Llaima’s main crater were visible during periods of clear weather on 16 August. Steam plumes rose from the W flank where lava flows were active in February and July. On … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

During 8-11 August, SERNAGEOMIN reported that fumarolic activity from the snow-free pyroclastic cones in Llaima’s main crater was visible during periods of clear weather; resultant plumes drifted E. A 2-km long strip on the NE flank was black in color … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that cloud cover prevented observations of Llaima during 22-23 July. On 24 July a bluish gas was emitted from a pyroclastic cone in the main crater and steam plumes rose from the W margin of the crater. Later … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that after increased seismicity at Llaima on 14 July, an ash plume rose to an altitude of 5.6 km (18,400 ft) a.s.l. Less than two hours later, very intense orange and red incandescence was seen through breaks in … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

  SERNAGEOMIN reported that although observations of Llaima were inhibited by cloud cover on 2 July, incandescence from the 1-km-long lava flow on the W flank was observed. An overflight revealed cooled blocks at the end of the lava flow … Continue reading

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