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Mount Cleveland volcano dome rose 25%

Mount Cleveland volcano dome rose 25% Danger Zone

On 6 February the dome of the most active volcano in the Aleutian Islands rose by only 40 meters. However, over the last week, it increased to 50 meters, which indicates a possible eruption in the next few days.

Fig. 2. Satellite image of the top of Cleveland. Inside the crater with a diameter of about 200 m see a small volcanic dome. 10/02/2012.

Prior to that, a massive volcanic dome, which occupies most of the crater, the eruption was destroyed on 25 and 29 December 2011. Cleveland's new dome continues to

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Cleveland Volcano lava dome continues to swell

February 9, 2013. January 24, 2013, scientists from the Alaska Volcano Observatory recorded poavyshenie temperature in the lava dome Cleveland volcano. Since then, scientists are able to complete the "alert" and lead round the clock surveillance of the volcano.

According to information received last week from a satellite, lava dome continues to grow in size, and its diameter reached almost 100 meters, wrote "Igzeminer."

On Saturday, volcanologists said volcano continues to be active. However, the emission of lava or ash emissions are not observed, as confirmed by satellite imagery.

The last major eruption of the volcano Cleveland happened 12 years

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Cleveland Volcano and a small explosion

Observatory, located in Alaska, reported that the volcano Cleveland that the Aleutian Islands, there was a small explosion. The result appeared in the sky a little cloud of ash.

Fully follow the cloud satellite failed due to heavy cloud cover. The Observatory also reported that the explosion occurred at 1:12 am on Wednesday, and was very short-lived, such as those that occurred in December.

Each explosion at the volcano Cleveland accompanied by the release of the ash cloud, which immediately dissipated, and had no effect on the traffic of airplanes.

Cleveland Volcano height 1,702.5 meters, on an uninhabited island

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Cleveland Volcano and a small explosion

Observatory, located in Alaska, reported that the volcano Cleveland that the Aleutian Islands, there was a small explosion. The result appeared in the sky a little cloud of ash.

Fully follow the cloud satellite failed due to heavy cloud cover. The Observatory also reported that the explosion occurred at 1:12 am on Wednesday, and was very short-lived, such as those that occurred in December. Each explosion at the volcano Cleveland accompanied by the release of the ash cloud, which immediately dissipated, and had no effect on the traffic of airplanes. Cleveland Volcano height 1,702.5 meters, on an uninhabited island in

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Scientists predict the imminent eruption of a volcano in Alaska

Alaska Volcano Observatory scientists analyzed recently obtained satellite images of the volcano Cleveland and came to the conclusion that he can begin to erupt at any moment. Airlines closely watching the state of the volcano — because flights from Asia to North America fly zone possible emission of volcanic ash.

Significant problem in the case of the Cleveland volcano lies in the fact that because of the distance of the object is not possible to maintain constant surveillance of its activity. Scientists do not exclude that in the event of a sudden eruption of Cleveland this will

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