Volcanic unrest intensifies around the world with eruptions at Anak-Krakatau and Sinabung in Indonesia, Shinmoedake in Japan, Telica in Nicaragua and Kilauea in Hawaii in the last 2 days. These new eruptions follow those reported in the June 17, 2018 Update
Anak-Krakatau in Indonesia erupted on June 19, 2018
The volcano is restless which could result in an eruption in the near to medium future. The last explosion of the volcano occurred on February 19, 2017.
According to satellite images, thermal radiation has increased in the last few months, indicating that magma is near the surface.
An eruption occurred at Sinabung volcano on June 22, 2018
The seismographs recorded the eruption which lasted 312 seconds
Eruption of Shinmoedake volcano on June 22, 2018
This is the 49th explosion at Shinmoedake since April 5, 2018.
The ash emission lasted about 5 minutes. A shock wave spread from the crater
Eruption of Telica volcano in Guatemala
A moderate explosion took place in Telica / Nicaragua on June 21, 2018
Ashfalls have been reported in Los Manglares, Las Marias, Pozo Viejo, El Porvenir and Monte de Los Olivos.
The explosion was followed by gas emissions.
Meanwhile the volcanic eruption continues at Kilauea volcano
Explosions, Small Earthquakes, Laze Continue Seven Weeks After First Eruption