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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

On 2 March, AVO raised the Volcano Alert Level for Okmok to Advisory and the Aviation Color Code to Yellow because of increased seismicity. Short bursts of volcanic tremor at an average rate of one per hour had been detected … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

On 27 August, AVO lowered the Volcano Alert Level for Okmok to Advisory and the Aviation Color Code to Yellow because seismicity had declined steadily during 20-27 August and ash plumes had not been observed since 19 August. On 28 … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

AVO reported that seismic activity at Okmok decreased on 19 August to near pre-eruption levels and remained low during 20-24 August. Occasional bursts of volcanic tremor were detected. Although satellite views were hindered due to cloud cover, a possible thermal … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

AVO reported that on 13 August low-level steam-and-ash plumes from Okmok were visible on satellite imagery drifting SE at altitudes of 3-4.6 km (10,000-15,000 ft) a.s.l. During 14-17 August satellite observations were hindered due to cloud cover; seismic levels fluctuated … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

AVO scientists observed the eruption of Okmok during a visit to Umnak Island on 2 and 3 August. They saw significant ashfall that had accumulated in the caldera and on the upper flanks, lahars and lahar deltas that formed in … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

AVO reported that on 23 July, seismicity from Okmok changed from episodic volcanic tremor to nearly continuous mid-level volcanic tremor. Although cloud cover obscured views of Okmok, previously emitted ash plumes were observed to the ESE. On 24 July, a … Continue reading

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Okmok, Fox Islands, USA

AVO reported that during 15-16 July seismicity from Okmok changed from nearly continuous to episodic volcanic tremor, and the overall seismic intensity declined. Satellite imagery indicated elevated surface temperatures in the NE sector of the caldera; meteorological clouds obscured views. … Continue reading

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