Awesome Nature: Volcano Eruption

Awesome Nature: Volcano eruption. Wolf Volcano (Galapagos) 2015 and Calbuco Volcano (Chile) 2015.
Calbuco Mountain is a stratovolcano located in southern Chile. The most recent eruption happened on April 22, 2015, followed by two smaller eruptions on April 24 and April 30. This was Calbuco’s first activity since 1972. The eruption lasted 90 minutes and sent a plume of volcanic ash 10 km into the sky.
Wolf Volcano is the highest peak in the Galapagos Islands and is situated on Isabela Island and reaches 1,707 m (5,600 ft). It is a shield volcano with a characteristic upturned soup bowl shape. The volcano was named after Theodor Wolf, a German geologist who studied the Galapagos Islands in the 19th century. Wolf Island in the north of the Galapagos is also named after the geologist. Its height makes Wolf Volcano an “ultra prominent peak”, which is a peak with a topographic prominence of over 1500m. The Wolf volcano erupted May 25, 2015. The volcano is not located near a populated area. Wolf had been inactive 33 years. The lava is flowing down the volcano’s east and southeast sides, the pink land iguana inhabit the north and west sides and have not been endangered. See the new lava flows.
Calbuco Volcano
Wolf Volcano

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