There is NO ‘explosive’ eruption at the La Soufrière volcano at this time. Neither has an evacuation order been issued. La Soufrière continues to have effusive eruptions, as hot magma reaches the... Read more »

UPDATE: Temperatures Of 590 °C Recorded From New Dome

LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 16, JANUARY 16, 2021 8:00 PM Reasonably clear conditions in the summit area of the La Soufrière Volcano allowed for rock samples to be collected from the western... Read more »

UPDATE: La Soufriere extremely dangerous, public advised to stay away

UWI -SRC RELEASE The scientific team has successfully and safely collected rock samples from the new lava dome at la Soufriere volcano. Analysis of the composition of these rocks will provide valuable... Read more »

Can A La Soufrière Eruption Trigger A Tsunami?

With the ongoing effusive eruption at the La Soufrière Volcano in St. Vincent, a common question has been if the eruption becomes explosive, is there a risk of a tsunami? Tsunamis are no stranger to... Read more »

La Soufrière Dome Could Overtop Crater In Coming Months

If the ongoing effusive eruption of the La Soufrière Volcano continues at its current rate, scientists at the University of the West Indies Seismic Research Center (UWI SRC) are monitoring the potential for... Read more »

Several cracks have developed in the crater, New Dome Growing

LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 15, JANUARY 15, 2021 8:00 PM Work continued today at the La Soufrière Volcano, with the support of the helicopter. An observation flight was conducted this morning by... Read more »

Latest Report – One Of The Gases Emitting From La Soufriere Can Be Fatal

LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 14, JANUARY 14, 2021 8:00 PM The Rotary Helicopter that will be used in the surveillance of the La Soufriere Volcano arrived from Antigua today. The University of... Read more »


LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 13, JANUARY 13, 2021 8:00 PM Heavy cloud did not allow for aerial reconnaissance today, arrangements have been made for aerial reconnaissance over the next few days via... Read more »

Helicopter Funding From UK To Support Monitoring Of La Soufrière

CMC) – The Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Coordinating Unit has received funding from the United Kingdom Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (UK FCDO) in the amount of £51,000 to cover... Read more »

Drones Will Be Used For Aerial Surveillance Of La Soufrière

LA SOUFRIÈRE BULLETIN # 12, JANUARY 11, 2021 8:00 PM No reconnaissance flight of the La Soufriere was done today, due to unfavourable weather conditions. The dome that broke through the crater... Read more »