Monday, November 18, 2019

Lava lakes of the world

The number of lava lakes in the world changes. Thus, over 2018-2018 disappeared three lava lakes which existed for decades. As a result, in October...

Nabro Volcano

Impressive, 2,218 m tall (before the eruption) stratovolcano which was considered to be extinct until it erupted unexpectedly in 13 June 2011. There might...

Mount Belinda

One of the few active volcanoes under the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom. This volcano rises 1,370 m above sea level. The summit of...

Mawson Peak of Big Ben

Big Ben massif is an active volcano. Its last eruption took place in 2008, but there have been many more eruptions over the last...

Villarrica volcano

Large, 2,860 m tall volcano which has an intermittent lava lake in its 50 m wide craters. Summit of the volcano is permanently covered...

Masaya volcano

Very active and unusual volcano (635 m) with several active craters. One crater contains molten lava, Santiago crater emits large amounts of sulfur dioxide,...

Mount Michael

An active volcano on this small, glacier-covered island. Its 0.7 km wide crater contains one of the few active lava lakes in the world....

Mount Nyamuragira

Africa's most active volcano, 3,058 m high. This volcano has erupted 30 times since 1880. As a result, it produces the major part of...

Kalkani Crater

Perfectly formed volcanic cone (cinder cone) which rises some 50 m above the surroundings. Central part of the crater is strictly protected natural area...

Parícutin

Newly born volcano which appeared in cornfield in 1943 and grew 336 m tall over one year, finally achieving height of 424 m in...