Tuesday, 9 January 2007

More Montserrat activity...

According to the Montserrat Volcano Observatory's superb website, activity is continuing, and the island remains on the Alert Level 4 - the second highest. You can see what this means - both in vulcanology terms, and how it affects the general public, by clicking on Alert Level on the website.

The website has descriptions of recent activity, together with lots of very recent photographs. You can also look at photographs and details from previous eruptions and read more about the area, the observatory and its work.

The photograph shows pyroclastic flows entering Tyres Ghaut and Gages Valley, together with "vigorous ash venting". Click on the picture to go to the MVO website.

Thanks to my dad for pointing out this website... (Still not a webcam though - have you got it sorted yet Yr9?!)

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