Real-Time Monitoring of Volcanoes

 

29.05.2017 - Bogoslof volcano in Alaska sends ash clouds over 35,000ft high, triggers aviation alert

28.02.2017 - Вулканът Етна се събуди

05.12.2015 - Вулканът Етна освети небето над Сицилия

19.12.2014 - Индонезийский аэропорт закрыт из-за извержения вулкана

12.12.2014 - Шивелуч выбросил столб пепла на высоту до 9 км над уровнем моря

03.10.2014 - Откриха още 11 тела до японския вулкан Онтаке

23.08.2014 - В Исландии началось извержение вулкана Бардарбунга

 

Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres (VAAC)

Nine Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres around the world are responsible for advising international aviation of the location and movement of clouds of volcanic ash.

 

 

London

Toulouse

Anchorage

Washington

Darwin

Wellington

Tokyo

Buenos Aires

 

 

The Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres are part of an international system set up by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) called the International Airways Volcano Watch (IAVW).

The IAVW comprises observations of volcanic ash from volcano observatories and other organisations, satellites and aircraft in flight, the issue of warnings in the form of NOTAM and SIGMET messages and, since the mid 1990s, the issue of  volcanic ash advisory messages from the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centres identifying areas of volcanic ash and their predicted movement.

 

 

 

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