Wednesday, May 23, 2012 10:02:38 AM
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Some storms in the China Seas.The Queen's Jubilee
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Weatherlawyer # Friday, May 25, 2012 12:30:16 AM
Weatherlawyer # Friday, May 25, 2012 12:35:40 AM
Originally posted by Weatherlawyer:
2012/05/246.2 M. @ 22:47.73.0 N. 5.7 E. NORWEGIAN SEA.
Weatherlawyer # Friday, May 25, 2012 4:37:58 AM
Originally posted by ITN:
Costa Rican authorities have raised the alert level for the Turrialba volcano, after it started spewing smoke and ash into the atmosphere.The country's National Seismology Network raised the level to yellow, indicating an eruption is imminent."The hydrothermal part of the volcano is interacting and giving off decompressions or small explosions in the peak of the southwest crater and this is causing rocks to be thrown and gases," said seismologist Carlos Ramirez. "The volcano has presented certain events which has led to suspicions of an eruption, such as the movement of fluids inside the volcano," added another seismologist, Lepolt Linkemer.The last registered eruption from the volcano, which is situated east of the capital San Jose, was in January 2010, when two villages had to be evacuated.
Originally posted by Smithsonian:
16-22 May, multiple gas-and-ash plumes were observed daily rising as high as 1.5 km above crater. Incandescent fragments ejected from the crater landed on the flanks as far as 800 m away. Seismicity remained high. The Alert Level remained at Yellow Phase Three.
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