Klyuchevskoy Volcano Group Eruptions

Klyuchevskoy Volcano Group Eruptions

The Klyuchevskoy group is a cluster of active volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

More information about Bezymianny and other volcanoes in this group can be found via the Global Volcanism Program.

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Contributions by: Dakota Smith

Satellite imagery of this event:

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Sulfur Dioxide From Volcano Drifts Across North Pacific

Description:

Klyuchevskoy’s eruption sees ash and SO2 slither across the North Pacific, getting caught up in a low pressure system near the Aleutian islands.


Phenomena: Volcanoes

Satellite: GOES-18 Himawari-9

Product: Sulfur Dioxide (JMA)

Volcanic Eruption on Kamchatka Peninsula

Description:

The Klyuchevskoy volcano continues to erupt in eastern Russia.


Phenomena: Volcanoes

Satellite: Himawari-9

Product: Fire Temperature GeoColor

Sulfur Dioxide Spews Out Of Klyuchevskoy

Description:

The Klyuchevskoy stratovolcano can be seen spewing out SO2 and ash during an eruption.


Phenomena: Volcanoes

Satellite: Himawari-9

Product: Sulfur Dioxide (JMA)

Klyuchevskoy Pumps Ash Into The Atmosphere

Description:

Ash spews from the volcano as it erupts over multiple days.


Phenomena: Volcanoes

Satellite: NOAA-20 NOAA-21 S-NPP

Product: Ash (EUMETSAT)

Instrument: VIIRS

Sunlight Reveals Significant Eruption of Shiveluch

Description:

Sunlight reveals a ash plume from a significant eruption of the Shiveluch volcano.


Satellite: Himawari-9

Product: GeoColor

Explosive Eruption of the Shiveluch Volcano

Description:

The explosive eruption of the Shiveluch volcano captured by the Himawari-9 satellite.


Satellite: Himawari-9

Product: Sulfur Dioxide (JMA)

Explosive Eruption of Bezymianny Sends Ash Plume over North Pacific

Satellite: Himawari-9

Product: Ash (EUMETSAT)