Ebeko volcano erupts violently, covers Severo-Kurilsk with ash in Russia


The Russian Ebeko Volcano erupted overnight, sending a plume of ash up to up to 2,5km above sea level.

Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Tokyo warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 8000 ft (2400 m) altitude or flight level 080 and is moving at 25 kts in E direction.

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Severo-Kurilsk, a town in Sakhalin Oblast, Russia is now covered with volcanic ash.

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Here some more pictures:

Severo-Kurilsk destruction in 1952

The 1952 Severo-Kurilsk earthquake struck off the coast of the Kamchatka Peninsula.

The 9.0 Mw earthquake triggered a major tsunami that hit Severo-Kurilsk, Kuril Islands, Sakhalin Oblast, Russian SFSR, USSR, on 4 November 1952 at 16:58 (UTC).

This led to the destruction of many settlements in Sakhalin Oblast and Kamchatka Oblast, while the main impact struck the town of Severo-Kurilsk.

It was the fifth most powerful earthquake since 1900, and to date, the most powerful earthquake in Russian history.

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  1. Kamchatka peninsula had at least 29 volcanos going off 2011 and 2012. It affected my daughter’s vegetable garden and many other farms growing seasons. Not good. Southwest coastal Oregon USA.

  2. yes another in this region, along with anak krakatoa.

    Radiation from the flare ionized the top of Earth’s atmosphere, causing a strong shortwave radio blackout over southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Ham radio operators may have noticed loss of signal and other propagation effects below 30 MHz for as much as an hour after the peak of the flare (March 29th @ 0233 UT).

    A faint CME left the sun after the explosion. NOAA analysts have determined that it will miss Earth–no impact.

    yeah right. more eq, volcanic and supercell storms.

    Plus comms interference due to HF fadeout including ham bands, radio, satts, internet, cells. I think twitter, comcast and others are still out.


    And this is still from last week x flare. geomagnetic storm arrives this friday, but effects up to two weeks will be noticed.

    class C 95% note many different forecasts.

    list of submarine and volcanic vents here


    you can find Known volcanic types here

    Russia has 117 known types.

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