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Message Subject The monsters wakes up ! Katla Hekla Iceland Dead Zone and rift as uniform system ! A lot of others worldwide !
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Peru Sabancaya volcano
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[link to www.andina.com.pe]
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15:37 They recommend declaration of yellow alert activity Sabancaya
Arequipa, in February. 25 (ANDINA). The Institute of Geology, Mining and Metallurgy (Ingemmet) today advised the authorities to declare "yellow alert" by constant volcanic and earthquake activity volcano fumarolicas Sabancaya emissions in the province of Caylloma, Arequipa region.
The yellow alert is linked to the implementation of prevention and preparedness, said the head of the Directorate of Environmental Geology and Volcanic Risk Ingemmet, Marino Jersy...
Specific marine since last February 15 fumarólicas increased emissions from the volcano-an almost constant-reaching to more than 1,000 meters above the crater.
He recalled that since November 2012 the Ingemmet identified some sporadic increases, which intensified in the mid of this month...
On the other hand, remarked that volcanic gas emissions also are already receiving up to 10 and 12 miles from Sabancaya, which is unusual...

[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Volcano Type: Stratovolcanoes
Volcano Status: Historical
Last Known Eruption: 2003
Sabancaya, located on the saddle between 6288-m-high Ampato and 6025-m-high Hualca Hualca volcanoes, is the youngest of these volcanic centers and the only one to have erupted in historical time. The oldest of the three volcanoes, Nevado Hualca Hualca, is of probable late-Pliocene to early Pleistocene age. Both Nevado Ampato and Nevado Sabancaya are only slightly affected by glacial erosion and consist of a series of lava domes aligned along a NW-SW trend...
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But it is also in Peru, but even many more interesting
[link to www.emsc-csem.org]
Magnitude ML 3.8
Date time 2013-02-26 17:27:06.0 UTC
Location 16.85 S ; 70.89 W
Depth 137 km
map [link to static2.emsc.eu]

it's only 20 km from Huaynaputina volcano

[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Volcano Type: Stratovolcano
Volcano Status: Historical
Last Known Eruption:
...relatively inconspicuous volcano that was the source of the largest historical eruption of South America in 1600 AD. The volcano has no prominent topographic expression and lies within a 2.5-km-wide depression formed by edifice collapse and further excavated by glaciers within an older edifice of Tertiary-to-Pleistocene age...
This powerful fissure-fed eruption may have produced nearly 30 cu km of dacitic tephra, including pyroclastic flows and surges that traveled 13 km to the east and SE. Lahars reached the Pacific Ocean, 120 km away. The eruption caused substantial damage to the major cities of Arequipa and Moquengua, and regional economies took 150 years to fully recover.

also at distance 30 km Ticsani volcano
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
Volcano Type: Lava domes
Volcano Status: Tephrochronology
Last Known Eruption: 1800 ± 200 years
Ticsani is a 5408-m-high dacitic lava dome complex in the Ichuna district across the Río Tambo about 30 km SE of Huaynaputina volcano. Volcan Ticsani resembles Huaynaputina in its dacitic composition and explosive eruptive style. Both volcanoes lie about 50 km behind the main volcanic front of the Peruvian Andes...
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