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Ash Emission Was Recorded At Klyuchevskoy Volcano
3.02.2015 00:10
Ash Emission Was Recorded At Klyuchevskoy Volcano

Another ash emission was recorded at Klyuchevskoy volcano on Kamchatka in the afternoon on January 27. The Press Service of the Regional Ministry of Emergencies, referring to the Kamchatka Branch of the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences, reports that the height of ash emission amounted to 8,000 meters.

      The height of the volcano is 4850 meters. The cloud spread eastwards from the volcano to Kamchatka Bay for a distance of 195 km. The volcano was assigned an orange aviation hazard code. There is also a threat to inhabited settlements. Tourist organizations are also advised not to bring tourists near the volcano. Rescuers also remind the residents of the region who are planning trips to the volcano area that there is a need to observe precautions concerning one's own safety: excess of maximum permissible gas concentration in the steam-gas emissions may be observed in the vicinity of the volcano. As one gets closer to the volcano, it is likely he or she will be caught into the ash fall, which can lead to allergic reactions, access of ash into the mechanisms of motor vehicles and their failure.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Kamchatka Klyuchevskoy Volcano    

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