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Telica volcano (Nicaragua): minor ash explosions

Wednesday Jul 22, 2020 06:56 AM | BY: MARTIN

Ash emissions from Telica volcano on 20 July (image: @cdsinapred/twitter)

Ash emissions from Telica volcano on 20 July (image: @cdsinapred/twitter)

Ash emissions from Telica volcano on 20 July (image: @cdsinapred/twitter)

Ash emissions from Telica volcano on 20 July (image: @cdsinapred/twitter)

Thermal sign at Telica volcano visible from space (image: Sentinel 2)

Thermal sign at Telica volcano visible from space (image: Sentinel 2)

SINAPRED reported that new series of ash explosions occurred on 20 July at 17:41 and 18:36 local time.

Previous news

Friday, Jun 22, 2018

Telica volcano in Nicaragua had a small eruption on Thursday morning 21 June 2018. The Nicaraguan Institute of Territorial Studies (Ineter) reports that the explosion expelled abundant gases, ash, sand and some rocks as well as an eruption column that rose to 500 meters above the crater rim before moving to the east and south – southwest. The fragments of ejected rocks fell near the crater whereas some sandy material and ashes reached the communities Los Manglares, Las Marías, Pozo Viejo, El Porvenir and Monte de los Olivos. read all

Monday, May 09, 2016

During the past days(in particular since 6 May), activity of the volcano seems to have increased. The nightly glow from the crater has become stronger and intermittent weak ash emissions also occurred in the past days. … read all

Friday, Apr 08, 2016

The activity of the volcano remains elevated, with little changes over the past days. Bright incandescence inside the crater and mild to moderate degassing, sometimes with light ash content, are visible at the surface. … read all

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2016

After a period of several days of calm, lava glow has again become visible over night from the crater; during the day, increased degassing can be noted. read all

Friday, Mar 04, 2016

The volcano has remained mostly calm during the past 24 hours. Sporadic weak ash emissions occurred at night, but glow could no longer be seen from the crater. … read all

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