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Bulletin N°2 - Lopevi Activity
VANUATU VOLCANIC ACTIVITY BULLETIN N°2 - LOPEVI ACTIVITY
Tuesday, January 17th 2017

LOPEVI VOLCANO 
16.30°S 168.21°E Summit  (1 413 m)
Current Vanuatu Volcano Alert Level: Level 2
 

The Alert Level for Lopevi is lowered to Level 2.
This means that the volcanic activity is in the major unrest stage. At this Alert Level, the volcanic activity could increase or decrease at any time. The area of risk is around the Lopevi Island. Volcanic gas and ashes can also affect surrounding islands that are exposed to trade winds.

 

Advice to all communities, villages, visitors and travel agencies to seriously consider this information.

 

The Department of Meteorology and Geohazards will continue to closely monitor this volcano activity. More information will be provided when necessary.

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Volcano Live Events
Live information on Vanuatu active volcanoes (volcano drums, cameras, bulletins, information, ...)
 

Tanna
Ambrym Ambae Lopevi Gaua
 
   Yasur Volcano, Tanna Island
 
   Volcano Alert Level: Level
 
 
   Volcano drums:
YASH Station Volcano cameras: YASH Station
Yasur drumplot


Yasur Webcam


 
 

 
Current Volcanic Activity

The table below shows the current alert level of Vanuatu's volcanoes. There is 2 differents types of volcano group, the frequently active volcanoes (Yasur, Lopevi, Ambrym) and the 'dormant' volcanoes (Ambae, Gaua, Vanua Lava).

Suretamatai, Vanua Lava
Suretamatai, Vanua Lava:
Mt Garet, Gaua
Mt Garet, Gaua:
Manaro Voui, Ambae
Manaro Voui, Ambae:
Marum & Bembow, Ambrym
Marum & Bembow, Ambrym:
Lopevi
Lopevi:
Yasur, Tanna
Yasur, Tanna:

 

Volcanic Activity Summary
Vanuatu Volcano
Current Alert Level
Manaro (Ambae)
Marum & Benbow (Ambrym)
Mt Garet (Gaua)
Lopevi
Yasur (Tanna)
Suretamatai (Vanua Lava)


This table shows the description of the NEW Vanuatu Volcanic Alert Level (VVAL).
 

 


 


 
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