Guatemala, volcanoes spewing ash explosions

Posted on December 24, 2011 • Filed under: Enviromental Issues, Guatemala, TRAVEL, Weather/Climate

The volcano Fuego is launching fine gray ash to a height of 200 to 800 meters above its crater and avalanches of volcanic flow on Santa Teresa ravines, Taniluyá and Ash.
Also in the Santiaguito volcano are being produced constant degassing process produces water vapor column of 250 meters above the cone called Caliente, without causing avalanches of volcanic material. The National Coordinator for Disaster Reduction (Conrad) recommended that the Civil Aviation Directorate take precautions with air traffic due to the presence of ash in the air above the volcanoes Fuego and Santiaguito. Read Article

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