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Pacaya, Guatemala

INSIVUMEH reported that, during 8-14 October, multiple lava flows on the W and SW flanks of Pacaya’s MacKenney cone traveled a maximum distance of 250 m and continued to fill in the area between the cone and Cerro Chino crater … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

INSIVUMEH reported that during 21-26 August, fumarolic plumes from Pacaya’s MacKenney cone rose to an altitude of 3.2 km (10,500 ft) a.s.l. and drifted W and SW. Incandescence from the crater was occasionally seen at night. Lava flows on the … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

INSIVUMEH reported that during 9-16 July, Strombolian activity from Pacaya’s MacKenney cone was mainly characterized by explosions approximately 2-3 minutes apart. Pyroclastic material was ejected about 25 m above the crater. Lava flowed 100-200 m down the NW flank and … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

During 18-24 June, INSIVUMEH reported that white fumarolic plumes from Pacaya’s MacKenney cone drifted S and W. Lava flows traveled 50-100 m NW in the area between MacKenney cone and Cerro Chino crater to the N. Incandescence in the crater … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

INSIVUMEH reported that during 19-20 May white fumarolic plumes from Pacaya’s MacKenney cone drifted W. Lava flows from the base of the NW flank traveled 100 m NW in the area between MacKenney cone and Cerro Chino crater to the … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

INSIVUMEH reported that during 6-19 February white and blue fumarolic plumes from Pacaya’s MacKenney cone rose to altitudes of 2.6-2.7 km (8,500-8,900 ft) a.s.l. and drifted S, SW, and W. About two to five lava flows per day traveled about … Continue reading

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Pacaya, Guatemala

According to CONRED, a 17 December INSIVUMEH report noted changes in Pacaya’s behavior. On 19 December, CONRED issued a bulletin noting that INSIVUMEH reported observations of white and blue “smoke” plumes. The plumes rose to an altitude of 2.8 km … Continue reading

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