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Wednesday, 16 October 2019

Extensive gas plume from Saunders Island

Satellite image from the 10th October 2019 shows an extensive white plume being emitted from Michael Volcano on Saunders Island and being blown in an east-southeasterly direction. There is no thermal anomaly present in the summit crater area which brings me to the opinion that it is just a gas plume.

Further images of Saunders Island from the 13th and 15th October 2019 show nothing more than degassing activity on Michael Volcano.

Extensive gas plume drifting ESE on 10th October 2019. SOURCE: Sentinel-2/Sentinel Hub.
Degassing activity on 13th October 2019. SOURCE: Sentinel-2/Sentinel Hub.
Degassing activity on 15th October 2019. SOURCE: Sentinel-2/Sentinel Hub.

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