The slopes of the volcano Stromboli, north of Sicily, began again covered with fresh emissions of lava flows that reached the shoreline. What began as an active Stromboli behave lately, worrying residents of Sicily and watching mountain seismologists.
Volcano erupts regularly gases in the space above the top, and the lava flows from the crater of constantly refreshing the old deposits, which gives considerable cause for panic, even in spite of the fact that geophysicists believe there is no direct threat to the 500 people who are on Stromboli, and even more so in Sicily.
Near the volcano is a group of scientists and observers from the National Institute of Geophysics, who can react quickly to changes in the activity of the volcano and inform the public in case of need. In turn, the natives require specialist permanent data release of Stromboli and the announcement of an algorithm for dealing with the eruption in advance to get rid of the oppressive ignorance.
Stromboli volcano is part of the Aeolian archipelago, including seven islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea near Sicily.