A new awakening Klyuchevskaya volcano
Klyuchevskoy volcano, located in Kamchatka, highlighted ash column height of 6000 meters. The government reported that the fall of the ash on residential areas is not registered, and the plume from the volcano has not affected the nearby towns.
Volcanologists officially announced the start of a new eruption of the Klyuchevskoy volcano this spring. By early October, the activity of the hill disappeared, and scientists have suggested that the eruption is over. But it wasn’t.
In mid-November, the volcano woke up again, throwing a giant column of ash. Volcanologists continue to closely monitor Kluchevskaya Sopka.