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Recent Bulletin Reports

  • Aira  |  Intermittent explosions, eruption plumes, and ashfall during January-June 2023
  • Suwanosejima  |  Frequent eruption plumes, explosions, and incandescent ejecta during January-June 2023
  • Semeru  |  Ash plumes, incandescent avalanches, and pyroclastic flows during January-June 2023
  • Manam  |  Few ash plumes during November-December 2022
  • Krakatau  |  Strombolian activity and ash plumes during November 2022-April 2023
  • Stromboli  |  Strombolian explosions and lava flows continue during January-April 2023
  • Nishinoshima  |  Small ash plumes and fumarolic activity during November 2022 through April 2023
  • Karangetang  |  Lava flows, incandescent avalanches, and ash plumes during January-June 2023
  • Ahyi  |  Intermittent hydroacoustic signals and discolored plumes during November 2022-June 2023
  • Kadovar  |  An ash plume and weak thermal anomaly during May 2023
  • San Miguel  |  Small gas-and-ash explosions during March and May 2023
  • Ebeko  |  Continued explosions, ash plumes, and ashfall during October 2022-May 2023
  • Home Reef  |  Discolored plumes continued during November 2022-April 2023

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