Jammer dat er geen goede kleuren nacht cam is, maar daarvoor zal er wel niet genoeg licht zijn.quote:Op donderdag 30 november 2017 14:42 schreef supermercado het volgende:
En we hebben weer nieuwe YouTube linkjes.
Volgens mij is die wel echt hoorquote:
quote:Lava floods re-occur in Tukad Esah slopes of Mount Agung on 5/12/2017. People do not approach rain lava floods. Later approach and grab the sand if it is safe and Mount Agung is back to normal. One blessing of the eruption of Mount Agung.
The strength of lava flood floods can wash away large stones so that hit the bridge. The strength of rain lava flood is greater than that of conventional flood waters. Large stones can drift, let alone people who do near the river.
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quote:New lava dome groing in crater
At the surface, the explosive activity of the volcano has been declining during the past week and the ash and steam emissions have decreased considerably. Only a weak steam and gas plume has been observed since yesterday from the crater.
However, this apparent calm does not mean at all that the eruption is over. Rather that tts style is changing: it has entered a more effusive stage, with viscous lava accumulating in the summit crater as a new lava dome, which is what volcanologists have recently confirmed.
According to PVMBG, the Center for Volcanology and Mitigation of Geological Hazards, Agung's new lava dome has already grown to approx. 30 million cubic meters of volume, and it is estimated that this corresponds to about 50% of the available magma volume ready to erupt.
The pace of growth has been worryingly fast: within a few days, the total volume of the dome was claimed to have increased by 10 million cubic meters.
Based on such estimates, the eruption could fill the crater (about 900 m wide and 200 m deep and thus has a capacity of 60 million cu meters) within the next 5-10 days only. At that stage, the eruption will become extremely dangerous: when lava starts to spill over the crater, the viscous, blocky lava will likely generate hot avalanches (pyroclastic flows), that can travel for many kilometers at high speed and devastate everything in their path.
However, this scenario will only happen if the supply of magma is large enough and the eruption still continues, something difficult to know. On the other hand, it seems rather likely that the magma supply is far from being exhausted at the moment: tremor episodes related to magma flowing upwards inside the conduit continue to occur, and ground deformation measurements indicate continuing inflation of the edifice, both indications that more magma is going to be erupted.
PVMBG plans to monitor the crater visually by a drone, but has been facing technical difficulties.
wat leuk, uit de Voorstraat, daar hadden mijn oom en tante een bakkerij, tegenwoordig doen twee van hun dochters datquote:
quote:Bali volcano update: Mount Agung erupts and sends huge plume of ash into sky over Bali
BALI’s highest volcano erupted again today and sent a huge plume of ash 2,500m into the sky as a reminder that the danger has not yet passed.
Mount Agung was pictured sending up a billowing ash cloud in Bali earlier after a period of relative calm and only intermittent eruptions.
The Bali volcano erupted at 5.54pm local time on the holiday island, according to Indonesia’s National Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB).
BNPB spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said ash rained down on villages of Kubu and Tulamben near popular dive sites with impressive reef.
But he confirmed that the airport is operating normally and the ash cloud had not led to the delay or cancellation of flights.
Frances Boreham, a PhD student at University of Bristol studying lava-water interactions, retweeted a photograph of ash cloud shared by Sutopo.
She tweeted: “Ash plume from an eruption at Mount #Agung in #Bali earlier today.
“A reminder to respect the exclusion zone around the volcano - it's still very active and dangerous!”
quote:Volcano erupts after alert level lowered in popular honeymoon island Bali
A volcano on the Indonesian resort island of Bali erupted on Tuesday, days after authorities lowered its alert level one notch, an official said.
Mount Agung spewed gray ash 1,500 meters into the atmosphere, said Sutopo Nugroho, spokesman for the National Disaster Management Agency.
There were no casualties, he said.
On Saturday, authorities lowered the volcano's warning level one notch from the highest level after a steady decrease in activity.
The exclusion zone was reduced from 6 kilometers to 4 kilometers, allowing thousands of people who had stayed in temporary shelters to return home.
But about 15,000 evacuees remained in the shelters, too afraid to return to their homes near the volcano, Sutopo said.