73 Quakes in 12 Hours Strike between Two Volcanoes Costa Rica, 5 New Volcanoes Show Increased Activity Worldwide
At least 73 earthquakes have been recorded along a straight line between the Turrialba volcano and the Irazu volcano in less than 12 hours.
Are these the two next volcanoes to explode?
The seismic and volcanic activities along The Ring of fire are currently exploding.
Between April 23 and April 24, 2016, about 73 minor earthquakes hit between two volcanoes in Costa Rica.
The tremors form a straight line right in-between the Turrialba Volcano and the Irazu Volcano.
Last eruption of the Turrialba Volcano was on May 4, 2015. The latest eruption of the Irazu Volcano occurred on December 8, 1994.
Could this swarm of quake indicate the imminent eruptions of both colossus?
Meanwhile 5 new volcanoes show increased activity worldwide: Klyuchevskaya Sopka (Kamchatka), Santa Maria (Guatemala), Mt Kerinci (Indonesia), Turrialba and Irazu (Costa Rica).
5 new volcanoes are currently showing signs of imminent eruptions or erupted in the last few days along the Ring of Fire.
Eruption of Klyuchevskaya volcano in Kamchatka, Russia; Eruption of Santa Maria volcano in Guatemala, Evacuations as swarms of earthquakes hits Mt Kerinci, Indonesia and in-between the Turrialba and the Irazu volcanoes in Costa Rica… The volcanic unrest has not reached its maximum yet!
There is something big going on around the world with eruptions and powerful earthquakes pummeling Earth along the Ring of Fire.
During the week-end, at least 2 volcanoes erupted and 3 others showed increased seismic anomalies leading in one case to mass evacuations of the population living near the volcano.
On April 24, 2016, the largest volcano in Eurasia, the 15,580-feet Klyuchevskaya Sopka in Kamchatka, Russia, erupted sending a column of ash and gas 6 km in the air.It has been almost continuously active for the past 50 years but the number of tremors and ash eruptions has been on the rise lately.
On April 23, 2016, the Santa Maria volcano erupted in Guatemalacovering nearby villages with ash.
According to the special note of Insivumeh, this is the most active eruptive phase of the volcano in the last 2 years.
This enhanced volcanic period started on April 22, 2016.
Increased seismic instability at Kerinci Volcano
Since April 22, 2016, authorities are preparing routes and shelters for evacuation as seismic activity of Mount Kerinci volcano in Indonesia as over 10,000 people living on the slope of the volcano are vulnerable to eruption risks. Kerinci is the highest volcano in Indonesia.
Earthquakes swarm Kyushu, Japan
Meanwhile, more than 865 aftershocks jolted the prefectures of Kumamoto and Oita after last week’s massive earthquake that hit the Island of Kyushu, Japan.
We have entered a phase of volcanic and seismic unrest and nobody knows when it will end.