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Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)

 
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Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
"Paluweh volcano, (Flores Indonesia): major explosions generates ash plumes. Sunday, Feb 03, 2013. A large ash plume rising to 43,000 ft (about 13 km) altitude and extending 175 nautical miles to the south was spotted last night by VAAC Darwin. The likely cause is either a major dome collapse triggering a large pyroclastic flow or a vulcanian explosion of the lava dome....."
[link to www.volcanodiscovery.com]

For interest on volcanoes see this article on the Plosky Tolbackik volcano which started errupting in Nov 2012 on the Russian Far East on the Kamchatka Peninsula situated on the ring of fire.
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

See this article on the Tolbackik volcano, four volcanos.
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
that's a big eruption
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
MORE INFORMATION ON THE RUSSIAN VOLCANOES
[link to www.spiegel.de]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
"At least 2000 people were evacuated and no fatalities were reported."

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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
Fuji Japan 4 February 2013
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
4 February 2013 - Volcano activity
[link to earthquake-report.com]

5 February 2013 - Volcano activity
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6 February 2013 - Volcano activity
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6 February 2013 - Volcano activity - Italy
[link to www.volcanodiscovery.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
"Italy volcano raising anxiety"
[link to www.news24.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
bump
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great photo, thanks, N
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
This is Video of Pyroclastic flow into the sea on dec 17,2012

[link to www.youtube.com]

Local People report to me, on Feb 03, Paluweh eruption not only produce of Vulcanic ash, also produce of Lapili Material and fire into the sky, he said sound is like Airplane..

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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
(sorry to side-track, see Vesuvius from space)
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
(More pictures - four volcanoes erupting concurrently on Kamchatka Peninsula RUSSIA)
[link to www.spiegel.de]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
Oh dear I sent the same thing twice!.
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
Thanks Crazy Harriet - Volcanoes are fasinating.
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
"Dome grows in Alaska's Cleveland Volcano"
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
6 February 2013
[link to www.volcanodiscovery.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
(Paluweh on 2 February 2013 - photo - Article not in English)
[link to www.tribunnews.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
General summary of the Puluweh Volcano, Sunda Islands Indonesia.
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
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See maps for Volcanoes, scroll down for Indonesian map, Paluweh right bottom on the string of volcanoes.
[link to www.volcano.si.edu]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
Volcano update - 8 February 2013
Stromboli (Eolian Islands, Italy):
El Hierro (Canary Islands, Spain):
Bagana (Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea):
Batu Tara (Sunda Islands, Indonesia):
Paluweh (off Flores Island, Indonesia):
Aoba (Vanuatu):
[link to www.volcano-news.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
".........February 14, 2013 – INDONESIA - A report published by the Indonesian Volcanological Survey (VSI) indicates that the intense eruptive phase on 3 Feb caused the collapse of about 1/4 of the volume of the dome, a little more than one million cubic meters. VSI points out that the main hazard zones for pyroclastic flows, if the dome continues to grow, include now also the valleys to the west and south-east, in addition to the open valley to the south (that already was invaded by pyroclastic flows, visible on the recent NASA space image). The situation on the island remains critical. Many villages are now directly in this danger area (Nitunglea, Rokirole, Tuanggeo, Ona, Wolondopo). Significant ash fall may also occur, with the usual consequences (pollution of drinking water supplies, eye, epidermal, respiratory problems etc.) –Volcano Discovery.

Mud flow on Mt. Merapi kills one: A volcanic mudflow along the Gendol River that originated on Mount Merapi swept away trucks and their cargoes of sand, killing one truck driver and injuring a worker late Tuesday afternoon in Manggong village, Sleman, Yogyakarta. “The trucks were queuing to leave the river when the mudflow came,” Heru Saptono, the head of the Sleman Disaster Mitigation Agency’s disaster mitigation and prevention division, said on Wednesday. The previous day’s continuous heavy downpours over Mt. Merapi, according to Heru, had triggered the mudflow as layers of volcanic ash from the volcano’s 2010 eruption still covered rivers originating on the slopes of one of the world’s most active volcanoes. by Jakarta Globe................."


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Extinction Protocol
".......February 11, 2013 – GEOLOGY – Every few million years or so, the Earth burps up a gargantuan volcano. These aren’t like volcanoes in our lifetimes; these “super volcanoes” can erupt continuously for thousands of years. While they might be rare, you’d best look out when one hits. The ash and volcanic gases from these volcanoes can wipe out most living things over large parts of the planet. Michael Thorne, a seismologist at the University of Utah, has some clues about what causes these big eruptions. thorne uses seismic waves to get a picture of what’s going on about 1,800 miles beneath the Earth’s surface, where the planet’s core meets the outer mantle. Think of the Earth as an avocado, and the pit is the core. The stuff you make guacamole with is the outer mantle. Thorne has been watching two enormous piles of rock that sit on the boundary between the core and the mantle. One pile is underneath the Pacific Ocean; the other under Africa. Scientists have known about them for 20 years, but Thorne saw something different. “I think this is the first study that might point to evidence that these piles are moving around,” Thorne says. Moving perhaps, but slowly and the piles are maybe 3,000 miles across. Thorne thinks, in fact, that the pile under the Pacific is actually two piles crushing up against each other. And where they meet, there’s a blob. “We call it a blob of partially molten material,” he says. “I mean it’s big … this one that we found is an order of magnitude, maybe 10 times larger, than any of the ones we’ve observed before.” The blob is the size of Florida, and there are other, smaller blobs around the edges of the piles, too. So these great rock piles are being squished together and squeezing this huge molten blob at the middle of it like some kind of balloon, and it is going on right underneath us- rr at least, under Samoa. So should we care about these blobs? “A possibility is that these blobs might represent sort of a deep-seated root, to where plumes arise all the way to the surface, giving rise to hot-spot volcanism,” Thorne says. One example is the Yellowstone super volcano, which has blown its top three times in the past 2 million years. - NPR............."
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Extinction Protocol
"..........February 12, 2013 – RING OF FIRE – Bad news, everyone – you have another near-certain world-ending catastrophe to look forward to. Scientists have confirmed that two continent-sized chemical blobs of partially melted rock are converging in the Pacific, and look set to create a massive new volcano, which could prove cataclysmic to life on Earth. Geologist Michael Thorne at the University of Utah reports in Earth and Planetary Science that the collision is slowly happening 1,800 miles beneath the ocean. He says that the collision could lead in two possible directions – both of which are bad, and would wipe out millions of species. One is just a massive single eruption, which would kill us all, the other is a thousand-year flood basalt eruption, which would also kill us. The problem is that two enormous “thermochemical piles” of molten rock about 3,000 miles across are moving towards each other at the bottom of the Earth’s mantle. The piles have been known about for decades, but it was originally thought they were static. But after extensive study with seismic waves, Thorne is convinced they’re in fact moving together. The result is a massive, molten blob that will one day be created beneath the ocean, creating a huge amount of pressure that will eventually blow up in our face. “What we may be detecting is the start of one of these large eruptive events that – if it ever happens – could cause very massive destruction on Earth,” said Thorne. Luckily the process is slow – it shouldn’t happen for another 100 million years or so. –Huffington UK. Trouble in the Pacific: But in the 1990s, geophysicists found evidence for the continent-size thermochemical piles beneath Africa and the Pacific. These are known technically as LLSVPs, or “large low shear velocity provinces,” because seismic shear waves passing through them move 5 percent slower that through surrounding mantle rock. That suggests they have a different composition and-or temperature than the surrounding mantle. Previous studies also have observed smaller blobs of rock, measuring perhaps 60-by-60 miles on the edges of the continent-sized masses. Seismic shear waves move as much as 45 percent slower through these blobs – known technically as ULVZs or “ultra low velocity zones” – indicating they may be spongy and partly molten. Thorne says his analysis of seismic waves passing through the core-mantle boundary reveals the Pacific pile really represents two or more continent-sized piles slowly sliding atop the core and colliding so that partly molten blobs on their edges are merging into the largest such blob or ULVZ ever observed – roughly the size of Florida. “My study might be the first to show actual seismic evidence that the piles are moving,” he says. “People who have done previous simulations have suggested this. They are sitting atop the core and getting pushed around by overlying mantle forces like subduction. They move around on the core somewhat like continental plates drift at Earth’s surface.” -UU
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Russia
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"Fountains of fire Etna Sicily 19 February 2013"
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"Gravity makes volcanoes sag, influencing eruptions" [link to www.livescience.com]
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
See GLP thread "Fire & Ice: Lava Flows Down Italy's Mt Etna Volcano" Doorbert 20 February 2013
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Re: Ring of fire - Paluweh Volcano in Flores Indonesia exploding sending ash plumes 43,000ft high (13km) - (Also see Tolbackik volcano, Russia.)
As above another thread "Italy's Mt Etna Volcano. LIVE VIDEO: Full-On Eruption"!

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