Saturday, July 12, 2014

Chaparrastique volcano watch

The Chaparrastique volcano near San Miguel, El Salvador continues to show significant levels of internal seismic activity.   Authorities are on a high level of preparedness should actions be needed. The activity since yesterday has been at the highest levels seen.   The chart below shows activity during July -- the average, normal level is 50, and current levels are above 1100.

This graphic shows the location of micro-quakes on the northern slopes of the volcano:

The environment ministry continues to have a live camera feed focused on the volcano:

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