Nabro Volcano Eruption Resumes

By Mark Dunphy,

Satellite imagery has confirmed that the Nabro volcano in Eritrea has once again started emitting ash, just 24 hours after the Toulouse-based Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) reported activity at the north east African stratovolcano had ceased.

With the exception of Thursday, the volcano has been spewing ash continuously since it erupted for the time in its recorded history on June 12 last.  During the 17-day period much of northern Ethiopia and parts of neighbouring Djibouti and Sudan have been affected by the ash cloud, which  also disrupted air traffic in the region. Continue reading

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Nabro Volcano Eruption Resumes

By Mark Dunphy,

Satellite imagery has confirmed that the Nabro volcano in Eritrea has once again started emitting ash, just 24 hours after the Toulouse-based Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) reported activity at the north east African stratovolcano had ceased.

With the exception of Thursday, the volcano has been spewing ash continuously since it erupted for the time in its recorded history on June 12 last.  During the 17-day period much of northern Ethiopia and parts of neighbouring Djibouti and Sudan have been affected by the ash cloud, which  also disrupted air traffic in the region. Continue reading

Nabro Volcano Eruption Resumes

By Mark Dunphy,

Satellite imagery has confirmed that the Nabro volcano in Eritrea has once again started emitting ash, just 24 hours after the Toulouse-based Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre (VAAC) reported activity at the north east African stratovolcano had ceased.

With the exception of Thursday, the volcano has been spewing ash continuously since it erupted for the time in its recorded history on June 12 last.  During the 17-day period much of northern Ethiopia and parts of neighbouring Djibouti and Sudan have been affected by the ash cloud, which  also disrupted air traffic in the region. Continue reading