Karymsky Volcano

Karymsky is the most active stratovolcano of Kamchatka’s eastern volcanic zone. It is located on the Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia and it remains one of the world’s volcanoes with persistent activity. Much of its cone is surrounded by lava flows.

Location: Kamchatka, Russia
Coordinates: 54.050428, 159.432694
Volcano Type: Stratovolcano

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Karymsky's Eruptive History

2018 Feb-October - Ongoing eruptions / volcanic ash advisories issued.
2017 June-Dec - Ongoing eruptions / volcanic ash advisories issued.
2014 More active than usual. Ash plumes rising to 5000m
2013 Ongoing eruptions, ash plumes rising to 3000m
2012 Ongoing eruptions, ash plumes rising to 7000m. Hot spots/thermal anomaly detected on MODIS
2010 Ongoing eruptions, ash plumes rising to 7000m
2009 Ongoing eruptions. Lava dome building and thermal anomaly deteced.
2008 Ongoing eruptions
2006 Ongoing eruptions, strong strombolian activity observed

 

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