Monday, April 19, 2010

Another Volcano ready to erupt - Inhabitance to evacuate - This time its the turn of the Southern Hemisphere.

As of the 7th of April, the analysis of data collected from the monitoring network of Gaua volcano since October 2009 indicates the existence of volcanic tremor. The OMI satellite images also show the abundance of gases emitted from this volcano daily. Field observations reported by the Geohazards officer in Gaua confirmed significant change of activity with ticker and higher emissions of ash columns. Since the end of march/beginning of April 2010, the ash plumes height dwell between 7000 and 10000 feet every day. Field reports also stated that the explosion sounds could be heard from the villages daily. Moreover, starting from the 3rd of April 2010 the volcanic bombes projections from Gaua volcano could be observed from all the coastal villages from the north to the south of the island with reports of the ashfall.

According to Radio New Zealand International, Volcano Gaua in Torbo Province is in danger of erupting and plans are underway for its inhabitance to be evacuated.

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