Volcanism around the world

Timeline created by JimmyDaKid
  • Pacaya

    Pacaya
    This complex basaltic volcano erupted in May 2010 and is recorded still creating plume and ash in September of 2015.
  • Manam

    Manam
    Volcanic activity at Manam, which is located in Papua New Guinea from January 2011 through May 2013 consisted of occasional ash plumes. Most explosions during that period were minor though.
  • Pavlof

    Pavlof
    In Alaska a stratovolcano seismic activity at Pavlof decreased but continue to be more powerful than the background.
  • Erebus

    Erebus
    In Antartica the Mount Erebus Volcano eruptes with small explosions. Mount Erebus is classified as a stratovolcano and it has been ongoing for almost a year. Several small- to medium-sized eruptions occurred during 12-18 October.
  • Cotopaxi

    Cotopaxi
    Cotopaxi a Stratovolcano in Ecaudor erupted and ejected about a volume of 56,000 cubic meters of materials. By August 18 the materials increased tempature to a surprising 150 degress celsius.
  • Santiaguito

    Santiaguito
    A stronger than usual explosion occured in Guatemala at Santiaguito volcano the Ash plume rose up 2 kilometers and generated small pyroclastic flows and it is causing small avalanches as well.
  • Nevado del Ruiz

    Nevado del Ruiz
    This stratovolcano locaed in Colombia between August 25-31 alot of elongated earthquakes with tremors, Nevado del Ruiz caused an airport to cease operation because of the Ash plume.
  • Aira

    Aira
    Aira is located in Japan and is classified as a Caldera and it is reported that there was small explosions and that the Ash Plume raised 800 m above the volcano.
  • Fuego

    Fuego
    Fuego a volcano located in Guatemala had another short but stronger eruptive phase and this one caused increased lava effusion and flows. This would be the eighth event for this volcano this year.
  • Piton de la Fournaise

    Piton de la Fournaise
    The Piton de la Fournaise is located in France and is classified as a sheild volcano. The Piton de la Fournaise erupted during the 27th of August causing large ash plumes and lava flows to go as far as 3.5 kilometers.