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Kamchatka Volcano Threatens Aircraft Flights
4.09.2007 16:30
Kamchatka Volcano Threatens Aircraft Flights

Ashy emissions erupted by the most northern active Volcano in Kamchatka Shiveluch - have spread over 80 kilometres.
      As the Kamchatka department of the geophysical service of Russian Academy of Sciences reports, 60 local earthquakes were registered during the last 24 hours. Some of the earthquakes went along with powerful gas-ashy emissions and episodic spasmodic volcanic tremor. The stouts of ash over Shiveluch volcano reached a height of 4.3-4.5 kilometres.
      According to the specialists, now the volcano is not dangerous for the local populated areas but poses a threat to air flights safety, tourists, hunters, and fishermen in the area. Other news: Aeroflot Makes Big Deal with Airbus and Boeing


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