No Current Danger Of Explosion Due To The Slow Growth Rate Of Dome

The effusive eruption, ongoing fumarolic activity, expansion of the new dome, and increased seismic activity continue at La Soufriere volcano on St Vincent and the Grenadines. The country remains on Orange Alert. (By Ernesto Cooke) As the new dome grows, parts...

New seismic station to be installed, active gas emissions continue

The new dome continues to grow towards the north-west and south-east with the most active gas emissions being the contact areas between the pre-existing 1979 dome and the 2020-21 domes, as well as the top of the new dome. Plans...

Stay Away From La Soufriere, It’s Dangerous Says Forbes

Director of the National Emergency Management Organization (NEMO) Ms Michelle Forbes speaking on WEFM says persons are in danger if they were to visit La Soufriere while it is in the process of an effusive eruption. "It's dangerous because there...

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 the cost of a rotary helicopter aircraft. The...