On Kamchatka two volcano spewed plumes of ash at seven and eight miles

© Yu. Demyanchuk. http://www.kscnet.ruВулкан ShiveluchOn Kamchatka two volcano spewed plumes of ash at seven and eight miles© Yu. Demyanchuk. http://www.kscnet.ru

The volcanoes Klyuchevskaya and Shiveluch in Kamchatka on Saturday threw plumes of ash at seven and eight thousand meters above sea level, respectively.

«Ash emission at the volcano Klyuchevskaya Sopka, according to the Kamchatka group volcanic eruption response (KVERT), was recorded on the morning of 10 June 2017. It reached the height of seven thousand meters above sea level. The height of this volcano is 4750 meters», — informs the regional Glaucus Ministry of emergency situations.

Ash cloud spread in a westerly direction from the volcano to the village of atlasovo, however, the plume has dissipated. Drop the ashes in the settlements is not fixed. Tourist groups in the area of the volcano there.

As reported by KVERT, on Saturday, as ash plume to a height of eight thousand meters above sea level, occurred at Shiveluch volcano. The plume has spread to 12 kilometers to the West and South-West of the volcano.

Volcanoes an increased «orange» code aviation hazard. This means that at any time they can be dangerous to low-flying aircraft ash plumes to a height of eight kilometers.

Klyuchevsky, the highest active volcano of Eurasia. The height of 4 thousand 850 meters. The nearest settlement is the village of Keys, located 30 kilometers from the volcano. The eruption began on 3 April 2016.

Shiveluch — the northernmost active volcano of Kamchatka. It is located about 45 kilometers from the village of Keys. The height of Shiveluch — 3283 meters above sea level. A volcano erupts in the spring of 2009, its eruptions tend to be explosive.

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