Etna (Sicily, Italy): After a phase of complete quiet since 13 September, weak ash emissions occurred again at the New SE crater during the night 16-17 Sep, accompanied by a slight rise of tremor. This activity ceased again during the early hours of today.
Two of them are visible at the start and end of the following video from INGV’s thermal webcam:
Sinabung (Sumatra, Indonesia): A powerful explosion occurred this morning. An ash plume rose to about 6 km height. The volcano continued with near-constant ash venting following the eruption.
The following video shows this morning’s activity:
There are no reports of victims, but ash fall in the area is damaging crops, and prices for vegetables have jumped up. – Volcano Discovery
- Volcanoes Today, 16 Sep 2013: Etna, Sinabung (thesurvivalplaceblog.com)
- Volcanoes Today, 15 Sep 2013: Sinabung, Batu Tara (thesurvivalplaceblog.com)