The activity of the volcano Theologian in the Aleutian Islands

The volcano Theologian in the Aleutian Islands continues to produce powerful explosions at intervals of 1-3 days.

The last eruption occurred at 16:41 (local time) on 3 February, when giant produced a small volcanic ash plume. This event expands the list of recent significant explosive phases of the volcano. Earlier the troubled mountain raged 20, 22, 24, 26, 27, 31 January and on 3 and 4 February.

Aviation color code of danger in the volcano area, ranging from “orange” to “red” depending on the explosive activity. Large eruption began cause mild to moderate pelopidas in the city of Unalaska, located in 98 km to the South-East of the theologian.

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