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Puyehue-Cordón Caulle: ONGOING ERUPTIONS, ASH MOVING EAST

Posted by feww on June 22, 2011

Australian Aviation Color Code Raised to Red

The latest ash advisory released by Darwin VAAC on June 22, 2011 at 11:55UTC has raised the Australian Aviation Color Code to ‘Red.’

According to the advisory the eruptions are ongoing, with ash clouds moving in easterly direction. 

IDD41290
VA ADVISORY
DTG:  20110622/1155Z
VAAC:  Darwin
VOLCANO:  Cordon Caulle  1507-141
PSN:  S4031 W07212
AREA:  Chile C
SUMMIT ELEV:  1,798M

ADVISORY NR:  2011/70
INFO SOURCE:  MTSAT, NOAA AVHRR, MODIS, AIREP
AVIATION COLOUR CODE:  RED
ERUPTION DETAILS:  ONGOING ERUPTIONS, ASH MOVING EAST

Toulouse VAAC – Concentration Charts


Puyehue-Cordón Caulle Volcanic Ash – Surface to FL200 Chart.

Other charts:

FL200-FL350
FL350-FL550

BUENOS AIRES VAAC confirmed ‘CONTINUOUS EMISSION’ in their latest advisory (as of posting) released at 07:15UTC. It said

VA CLOUD AREA CAN BE IDENTIFIED IN MULTISPECTRAL SATELLITE IMAGERY –  AREA OF RESIDUAL LOW LEVEL ASH CLD MVG TO N AND NW 10/15KT FROM EARLIER ERUPTION.

Ash and sulphur dioxide (SO2) from Puyehue Volcano Complex eruptions. The Ash RGB is composed from data from a combination of the SEVIRI IR8.7, IR10.8 and IR12.0 channels. Copyright Eumetsat 2011. Click image to enlarge.

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