Stromboli Volcano Photos
- October / November 2007: Stromboli "back to normal" activity -
5 Nov 2007: strombolian activity from 5 vents
|5 Nov. Lava fountains from the central crater, lasting 30 seconds. During the course of the eruption, a concentric fracture around the principal openening of the vent opens and ejects lava as well.||5 Nov 06. Spattering twin vents in the W part of the central crater (left), occasional jet-like eruptions from the NE vent of the central crater (center), and infrequent (ca. 1 per hour) weak strombolian eruptions from the NE crater vent (right).|
|Glwoing vents at dusk.||The NW crater (left) erupts long-lasting hissing jets of gas and ash, containing only relatively few incandescent bombs.||Spattering of the large twin vents in the central crater.||Candle-like spatter and gas jet from the NE vent.|
|Sequence of a typical gas and ash rich eruption from the NW crater.|
|Spattering from the central crater.||Eruptions from the NE crater vent.||Central crater vents, NE vent, and NE crater vent at dusk.|
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