Dr Stinton Provides Explanation On Latest Satellite Image Of La Soufriere

This satellite radar image from Capella Space was acquired on 14 April 2021 and shows changes to the La Soufriere volcano on St Vincent. Dr Adam Stinton Montserrat Volcano Observatory provided the following explanation. In the middle of the image...

UWI SRC Update: Episodic Eruptions, Less Energetic Explosions

The UWI Seismic Unit says activity at La Soufrière, St Vincent continued to follow the pattern established on Tuesday, the bands of tremor are about 14 hours apart, separated by swarms of small, long-period (LP) earthquakes. The unit said in...

Wednesday Morning Explosion At La Soufriere Volcano

Another Explosion At La Soufriere Volcano The La Soufriere volcano continues to erupt explosively with its latest eruption at about 11.38 am on Wednesday 14th April. NEMO says the volcano continues to erupt explosively and has now begun to generate...

Ongoing Eruptions At La Soufriere, Largest Plume In The Next Hour

NEMO the National Emergency Management Organisation says ongoing explosive eruptions at La Soufriere based on past patterns are likely to continue a few hours with peak (largest plume) in minutes to an hour. Geologist Richard Robertson the activity at La...

BREAKING: Pyroclastic flows down the eastern side of the volcano

NEMO the National Emergency Management Organisation says the ongoing explosive event at La Soufriere continues on Tuesday night. The diaster agency says pyroclastic flows were heading down the eastern side of the volcano at 10.48 pm following an explosive eruption....

Ash And Gas Cloud From The La Soufriere Eruption Approaches Spain

Volcanic ash and gas cloud from the La Soufriere eruption on the Caribbean island of St Vincent and the Grenadines eruption is approaching Spain. Spanish newspaper SUR said the national weather agency, Aemet is monitoring the phenomenon, caused by an...