Citarum River – Indonesien – der schmutzigste Fluss der Welt

ci tarum river

Citarum (Sundanese: Walungan Citarum) is the longest and largest river in West Java, Indonesia.[1] It is also the third longest river in Java after Bengawan Solo and Brantas. It has an important role in the life of the people of West Java, as it supports agriculture, water supply, fishery, industry, sewerage, electricity, etc

CITARUM RIVER, Bandung, Indonesia

Citarum River in Peril

The Citarum River (West Java, Indonesia) …

Acht Vulkane in sechs Ländern am selben Tag ausgebrochen….

Wieso ist das Mainstream nicht eine Meldung wert gewesen. Das ist doch ein Jahrtausend-Ereignis!

gesichter von 9-11-3 Links eines der Gesichter von 9-11.
Die Ähnlichkeit mit dem  Gesicht aus der Aschewolke von Vulkan Sinabung ist doch offensichtlich.

Die Fratze vom Vulkan zeigt uns sogar die Zunge 🙂

Vulkan Sinabung

In Japan brach auf der Insel Nishino-Shima zum ersten Mal seit 40 Jahren ein Vulkan aus. Der Ausbruch führte zur Bildung einer neuen Insel im Pazifik. Die japanische Navy berichtete, dass der Ausbruch dazu führte, dass kochende Lava mit Wasser zusammentraf und zu Dampf- und Aschewolken führte.

Hier das Video über die sich neu geformte Insel:

Rare video: New island emerges off Japan coast after volcano eruption

Veröffentlicht am 21.11.2013

The Japanese coast guard and earthquake experts say a volcanic eruption has raised a new island in the seas to the far south of Tokyo.

Pictures filmed by the Japanese coast guard showed clouds of heavy smoke, billowing steam and waters roiling over the newly-formed crater.

Advisories from the coast guard and the Japan Meteorological Agency said the islet is about 200 metres (660 feet) in diameter.

It is just off the coast of Nishinoshima, a small, uninhabited island in the Ogasawara chain, which is also known as the Bonin islands.

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Volcanic activity worldwide 21 Nov 2013: Nishino-shima
Thursday Nov 21, 2013 17:03 PM |

Surtseyan activity near Nishima-Shima Island where a new island was formed (Japanese Coast Guard via Blog Culture Volcan)

Surtseyan activity near Nishima-Shima Island where a new island was formed (Japanese Coast Guard via Blog Culture Volcan)

Nishino-shima (Volcano Islands): (20 Nov) A new island was born today in the Pacific Ocean in Japan’s Izu (or Volcano) island chain. It is produced by a new submarine eruption which is currently taking place about 500 m southeast of Nishino-Shima island.
The eruption was first spotted by Japanese navy this morning at 10:20 (local time) who documented surtseyan activity at the eruption site (explosive interaction of sea-water and lava, generating violent jets of steam and ash). It appears that the eruption has already built an island of about 200 m diameter in size, which suggests that the vent was already located in very shallow waters.
A small steam and ash plume rising to about 2000 ft (600 m) was reported by VAAC Tokyo. The last known eruption of the volcano occurred in 1973 .



Volcanic activity worldwide 20 Nov 2013: Fuego, Klyuchevskoy, Sinabung, Santa María / Santiaguito,

Wednesday Nov 20, 2013 17:04 PM |

Etna (Sicily, Italy): (19 Nov) Weak explosive (sporadic small strombolian eruptions) and effusive activity (weakly alimented lava flow from eastern fissure vent) continues at a decreasing trend. There are interesting small surges of activity at rhythmic intervals of 3-4 hours (visible as the smaller peaks in the tremor signal).

Klyuchevskoy (Kamchatka): Eruptive activity remains high with ongoing mild to strong explosions at the summit. A particularly intense phase yesterday produced a plume rising to 10-12 km altitude that extended SE. Today, activity has decreased, but plumes continue to reach 5-6 km altitude and drift N and NE.

Sinabung (Sumatra, Indonesia): A new explosion was reported this morning (around 7:30 UTC), sending an ash plume to estimated 30,000 ft (9 km) altitude.

Yasur (Tanna Island, Vanuatu): Geohazards reports that the volcano continues to produce near-continuous ash emissions while explosions are relatively weak. This phase of ash emissions began on 3 November and are likely to continue into the coming days and weeks. Yasur Alert Level is still maintained at Level 1.
Villages and communities located close and far away from the volcano, especially those in the prevailing trade winds direction (NW) are likely to receive ash falls.

Santa María / Santiaguito (Guatemala): No significant changes in activity have occurred over the past days. INSIVUMEH reports weak explosions and continuing incandescent block avalanches from the active lava flow on the NE side of the Caliente dome.

Pacaya (Guatemala): INSIVUMEH reports ongoing mild to moderate strombolian activity with ejections of lava to up to 75 meters. Intervals between bursts are 20 seconds to one minute.

Fuego (Guatemala): Two lava flows are active on the upper slopes of the volcano at the moment, to the Taniluya (south) and Ceniza canyon (SE). The effusive activity started on 11 Nov and increased on 18 November, reaching a length of 600 m. Constant avalanches detach from the flow fronts.
At the same time, explosive activity at the summit crater remained at low to moderate levels, with strombolian explosions that produce ash plumes of up to 800 m height and incandescent jets visible from distance. Some of the explosions generate shock waves that can be felt and heard in up to 15 km distance, causing roofs, doors and windows of houses to rattle.
Fine ash fall occurred in Panimaché, Morelia abd Sangre de Cristo.
Volcano Activity Summary for 20 Nov 2013:




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