So, to kick us off: an apopolylogy, an announcement, an appeal and some articles from our very own Ukviggen:
“Apologies if this has been mentioned (been away 🙂 ) but it seems that the end of the Tolbachik eruption was *tentatively* called on the 24th.”
Webcam; if you want to check:
“Since my laptop was stolen I lost all my links – can any kind soul let me have the link to the daily emsd.ru reports? They were much more detailed than KVERT’s and very useful for tracking things such as the above news. I guess I will have to wade through all that Cyrillic again to find them if not…”
Cryphia found a clue:
Something like this?
If not, that link may be in one of these beauties:
If Tolbachik has really given up there’s always:
And Granyia’s rather wonderful multicam page:
Why am I giving you all these links following the tentative announcement that the eruption has finished? Because Kamchatka is one of those busy; fairly well monitored, volcanically very active spots…
“As you know, the volcanoes from Kamchatka are pretty active and in particular Tolbachik is still erupting.
This is the update for the Tolbachik- Shiveluch area from July 30th to August 23.
The side colorbar shows date on the left side (earthquake color is according to date) and terrain elevation on the right side.
The title bar shows earthquake count vs total, date span and current event date.
Circle size is proportional to magnitude (see scale on the plot)
The video is in 3 parts.
First part is a day by day view from the East, second part from the South and third part is a rotating plot.
The Magma reservoir under the zone @ about 30 km depth is still pretty active.
Shallower activity is more prevalent under Shiveluch and Klyucheskaya Sopka (swarm on 15 and 16th august).
The Tolbachik area is pretty quiet comparatively.
Data from NOAA and emsd.ru, made with Gnu Octave and avconv.”
Photo of Klyuchevskoy volcano 21 Aug 2013 by Y. Demianchuk:
And this report dug up by Pyter:
“Just a flying visit to show you a short timelapse of Shiveluch erupting:
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I found this new website dedicated to Kizimen volcano (within EMSD site), including current state, RT seismogram, technical details of monitoring equipment and more. It can be set to English or Russian language. Thanks to the team who created it (all women 🙂 )!!!”