Etna (Sicily, Italy): The latest eruptive episode at the New SE crater, which again grew a few meters during this time, is now over. The lava flow is no longer active and there are no (or only very weak and sporadic) explosions at the crater itself. Tremor has descended back to low levels.
This morning, weak strombolian activity and lava effusion were still going on. Marco Fulle who is still on location took this picture of the scene complete with a rare steam ring.
Activity and tremor have further decreased – it seems that the latest eruptive (explosive-effusive) phase at the New SE crater is coming to an end.
A series of photos taken during 15-16 June has been posted here.
Suwanose-jima (Ryukyu Islands): A new explosion occurred at the volcano minutes ago. An ash plume rising several 100 meters from the active crater can be seen on webcam images.
More at Volcano Discovery: Volcanoes Today, 19 Jun 2014: Etna, Suwanose-jima