Trinidad Scientists To Monitor Active Volcano In St Vincent

A team of three scientists from the UWI Seismic Research Institute is expected to arrive in St Vincent before the end of this week. The Team will be assisting local NEMO officials with the monitoring of La Soufriere volcano, which...

Alert Level At St Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Raised To Orange

NEMO RELEASE Orange Level means: Highly elevated level of seismicity or fumarolic activity or both or other highly unusual symptoms. Eruptions may occur with less than 24 hours notice. Monitoring system continuously manned. Regular visual inspection of potential vent areas....

New Dome Forms At La Soufriere, Experts Cannot Predict Eruption

Increased Activity At La Soufriere - St Vincent (Kingstown) - With increased activity at La Soufriere volcano on the Southern Caribbean island of St Vincent and the Grenadines, its Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves along with officials from UWI -Seismic Unit...

All Visits To St Vincent's La Soufriere Volcano Suspended

All visits to the La Soufriere volcano on the southern Caribbean island of St Vincent has been suspended with immediate effect as of Tuesday 29th December 2020. This is due to increased activity at the volcano which is now at...

UWI SRC To Update SVG On Reports Of Possible Activity At La Soufriere

The UWI-SRC has received reports of activity in St Vincent that may be related to La Soufriere volcano. We are currently monitoring the situation in collaboration with local authorities and an update will be provided shortly. The public is advised...