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Great Sitkin  |  United States
Sirung  |  Indonesia
Whakaari/White Island  |  New Zealand
Turrialba  |  Costa Rica
Taal  |  Philippines
Report for 21 Jul-27 Jul 2021
Current Eruptions (24 Jun 2021):  43
Eruptions in 2021 (New/Total):  12 / 58
Eruptions in 2020 (New/Total):  27 / 73
Eruptions Avg 2011-2020 (N/T):  34 / 79
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Recent Bulletin Reports

Karymsky  |  Explosions during November 2020-January 2021; new eruptive episode in April 2021
Langila  |  Ash plumes, SO2 emissions, and thermal anomalies during November 2020-April 2021
Dieng Volcanic Complex  |  Phreatic explosion on 29 April 2021
Pacaya  |  Ash emissions during March 2021 close airport; lava flows travel over 3 km, burning crops and blocking roads
Etna  |  Frequent explosions, ash plumes, fountaining, and lava flows during December 2020-March 2021
Fuego  |  Ash plumes, ashfall, and incandescent block avalanches through March 2021; lava flows and a pyroclastic flow in mid-February
Kavachi  |  Discolored water plumes observed in satellite imagery during October 2020-April 2021
Semisopochnoi  |  Ash emissions in June 2020 and during February-May 2021
Piton de la Fournaise  |  New eruption with lava fountains and flows on 7-8 December 2020
Heard  |  Thermal anomalies during November 2020 and January 2021
Sabancaya  |  Daily ash explosions, large SO2 flux, and thermal anomalies from multiple domes, October 2020-March 2021
Telica  |  Numerous explosions and ash plumes during late November-early December 2020
Semeru  |  Pyroclastic flows, incandescent avalanches, and frequent ash plumes September 2020-February 2021
The Volcanoes of the World database is a catalog of Holocene and Pleistocene volcanoes, and eruptions from the past 10,000 years.
Frequently Asked Questions (more questions are available)

How many volcanoes are erupting?  |   40-50 continuing eruptions at any given time.
How many Holocene volcanoes are there?  |   About 1,400 active in the past 10,000 years.
Has volcanic activity been increasing?  |   No.
What was erupting in the year...?  |   Range of 56-88 total eruptions per year since 1991.
What volcanoes have had the longest eruptions?  |   101 eruptions 5 years or longer.
What volcanoes have the most people living nearby?  |   10 have >1 million people within 5 km.
What volcanoes are the most noteworthy?  |   187 volcanoes with significant activity or impacts.
Site & Database News
29 June 2021
Database updated (4.10.1). Current eruptions updated through 24 June 2021. General updates to volcano data.
14 May 2021
Database updated (4.10.0). Completed review of 2020 eruptions. Current eruptions updated through 6 May 2021. General updates to volcano data.
17 March 2021
Database updated (4.9.4). Current eruptions updated through 12 March 2021. General updates to volcano data.
1 February 2021
Database updated (4.9.3). Current eruptions updated through 28 January 2021. General updates to volcano data.
E3 Web Application
The "Eruptions, Earthquakes, & Emissions" web application (or "E3") is a time-lapse animation of volcanic eruptions and earthquakes since 1960. It also shows volcanic gas emissions (sulfur dioxide, SO2) since 1978 — the first year satellites were available to provide global monitoring of SO2.

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The mission of GVP is to document, understand, and disseminate information about global volcanic activity.
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