"By mid-August, Sakurajima Volcano—one of Japan’s most active—had erupted ash at least once every week during 2010. On August 19, 2010, an ash plume was sighted at 9,000 feet.."
"Although it’s hard to imagine snow on an erupting volcano, winter snows partially covered Chaitén Volcanoe’s lava dome on August 10, 2010. According to the Buenos Aires Volcanic Ash Advisory Center, Chaitén emitted an ash plume as recently as July 30, 2010. Chaitén has been erupting since May 2, 2008. Although activity has tailed off, the volcano is still sporadically releasing ash and frequently emitting steam and other volcanic gasses."
"A small gray cloud—suggestive of ash emissions—lingered above Batu Tara Volcano on August 6, 2010. A large-scale view from a different satellite instrument [the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS)] on the same day shows the plume extending due west from Batu Tara before disappearing under a blanket of clouds. Batu Tara has been active since January 2007."
"A plume puffed from Nyiragongo Volcano on August 3, 2010.."
"Diffuse plumes rise from Gaua Volcano (top) and Ambrym Volcano (bottom) in the Vanuatu Archipelago. Both Gaua and Ambrym are located in the New Hebrides Island Arc, where the Pacific Plate is subducting beneath the Australian Plate. This natural-color image was acquired on August 2, 2010.."
Manam Island 06-16-10
Sarychev Peak 06-11-10
Mount Pagan 06-03-10
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