Volcano Watch

These satellite images show some of the world's most active volcanoes. Additional volcano information can be obtained from the Michigan Tech Geology Department. The Java animations below contain the last four satellite images. Volcanoes are listed from north to south. These products are made available, in part, through an IBM Shared University Research Grant.
For active volcanos, refer to the Smithsonian's Global Volcanism Program. http://www.volcano.si.edu/

Updated every half hour.

Klyuchevskoy
Karymsky

56.06N 160.64E
54.05N 159.43E
Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

Shishaldin

54.75N 163.97W
Alaska

Mt. St. Helens

46.2N 122.2W
Washington state, USA

Colima

19.51N 103.62W
Central Mexico

Etna

37.73N 15.00E
Sicily, Italy

Stromboli

38.79N 15.21E
Isole Eolie, Sicily, Italy

Popocatepetl

19.023N 98.622W
Central Mexico

Soufriere Hills

16.72N 62.18W
Montserrat, West Indies

Pacaya
Santa Maria

14.38N 90.60W
14.76N 91.55W
Guatemala

Guagua Pichincha

0.17S 78.60W
Quito, Ecuador

Mt. Mayon

13.1N 123.7E
Legazpi, Philippines

Arenal

10.46N 84.70W
Costa Rica

Merapi
Semeru

7.54S 110.44E
8.11S 112.93E

Java, Indonesia


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