Bromo Volcano (East Java, Indonesia): Continuing Ash Emissions

Ash emissions of varying intensity continue from the volcano, producing a plume that rises approx. 500-1500 m above the crater.


It seems that the emissions are generated by mild explosive activity still relatively deep inside the crater. So far, no images of incandescent ejecta on or outside the crater have appeared, but this might occur soon if activity increases.

According to VSI, volcanic tremor has been elevated with a tendency to increase during the past days.

Access to the volcano remains restricted, as the caldera floor around Bromo (and the cone itself, of course) are now off-limits.


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