All posts tagged flank collapse
An effusive eruption began on La Soufriere volcano on St Vincent (St Vincent and the Grenadines) island in the eastern Caribbean Sea in Dec. Note that this is currently an ongoing dome building eruption.Continue Reading
Papandayan is the volcano you can actually see on satellite images (e.g. Google Earth) even from a view point 800 km above ground – it is the white patch of a collapse scar that stands out in stark contrast from the dark green forest. The volcano sits at the southern end of the Kendang-Papandayan mountain range.
G. Papandayan is generally said to be 2665 m high but there seems to be some confusion as to location and actual height Continue Reading