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VolcanoWatch [19 June 2010]

Posted by feww on June 19, 2010

Manam Volcano Exhales a Faint Plume

Manam Volcano released a faint plume on June 16, 2010. Image  acquired by ALI on NASA’s EO-1 satellite. Located about 13 kilometers off the coast of mainland Papua New Guinea, the 1,807m high Manam forms a 10-km wide island and two summit craters. Source: NASA E/O.
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Summary of Weekly Volcanic Activity Report

[Source: SI/USGS]

New Activity/Unrest (9 June – 15 June 2010)

Map of Volcanoes. Background Map: University of Michigan. Designed and enhanced by Fire Earth Blog. Click image to enlarge.

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