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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that explosions in the main crater of Llaima propelled incandescent material 200-500 m in the air during 8-13 February. Explosions occasionally alternated between N and S cones in the main crater. On 9 February, the Calbuco River was … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported intense Strombolian activity in the main crater of Llaima and explosions that propelled material 500 m in the air on 6 February. Ash-and-gas plumes from the activity rose to altitudes of 5.1-5.6 km (16,700-18,400 ft) a.s.l. and drifted … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

SERNAGEOMIN reported that seismic tremor coincided with the onset of gas emissions and the ejection of pyroclastic material from Llaima on 1 January. Within a few hours, a Strombolian phase began. An increase in volume of the Captrén River on … Continue reading

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Llaima, Chile

Eruptions on Tuesday sent lava spewing down the 10,253-foot (3,125-meter) volcano’s east side and shot a column of ash and smoke into the air that forced air traffic to be diverted in neighboring Argentina.  The volcano was calmer by Wednesday … Continue reading

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